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ZTE N910 clears the FCC with LTE support for AWS and PCS bands

Zachary Lutz
03.20.12
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You'll be forgiven if ZTE's N910 smartphone isn't at the forefront of your mind -- when we attempted to grab some hands-on time with the demo unit at Mobile World Congress, the phone straight up wasn't functional. Nonetheless, if priced appropriately, the CDMA / EV-DO handset should be able to kick up a modicum of interest with its 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, 4.3-inch WVGA display, Android 4.0 OS and LTE connectivity. The N910 just received the FCC's stamp of approval, but with only AWS (Band IV) and PCS (Band II) support for LTE, it seems most appropriately suited for a regional carrier such as Cricket or MetroPCS. Perhaps one or more of the little guys aren't far off from adding a new LTE smartphone to the stable.

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