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FCC Fridays: August 3, 2012

Brad Molen
08.03.12
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We here at Engadget tend to spend a lot of way too much time poring over the latest FCC filings, be it on the net or directly on the ol' Federal Communications Commission's site. Since we couldn't possibly (want to) cover all the stuff that goes down there individually, we've gathered up an exhaustive listing of every phone and / or tablet getting the stamp of approval over the last week. Enjoy!

Phones

Tablets and peripherals

In this article: alcatel, alcatel onetouch, Alcatel OneTouch 132A, alcatel onetouch 232a, AlcatelOnetouch, AlcatelOnetouch132a, AlcatelOnetouch232a, aoba, archos arnova, Archos Arnova ChildPad, archos arnova gbook, ArchosArnova, ArchosArnovaChildpad, ArchosArnovaGbook, arnova, arnova gbook, ArnovaGbook, ascend g302d, AscendG302d, asha 302, Asha302, ASUS, ASUS TF600T, ASUS TF810C, AsusTf600t, AsusTf810c, att, cayenne, cdm miami, CdmMiami, droid razr hd, DroidRazrHd, ewp2000, ewp3000, fcc, fcc friday, fcc fridays, FccFriday, FccFridays, Fujitsu, Fujitsu M532, FujitsuM532, htc, HTC PL01210, HtcPl01210, huawei ascend g 302d, huawei u8812, Huawei U8812D-5, HuaweiAscendG302d, HuaweiU8812, HuaweiU8812d-5, ideatab, ideatab S2, IdeatabS2, kingtech, Kingtech Infiniti II, KingtechInfinitiIi, Lenovo IdeaTab S2, LenovoIdeatabS2, LG, LG 530G, LG AN272, LG cayenne, lg motion 4g, LG MS770, lg p870, Lg530g, LgAn272, LgCayenne, LgMotion4g, LgMs770, LgP870, lte, lte band 13, lte band 17, lte band 2, lte band 4, LteBand13, LteBand17, LteBand2, LteBand4, M532, metropcs, minipost, motion 4g, Motion4g, motoluxe, motorola, motorola droid razr hd, Motorola EWP2000, motorola ewp3000, Motorola EX505, Motorola i418, Motorola XT389, Motorola XT926, MotorolaDroidRazrHd, MotorolaEwp2000, MotorolaEwp3000, MotorolaEx505, MotorolaI418, MotorolaXt389, MotorolaXt926, nokia, nokia asha, nokia asha 302, NokiaAsha, NokiaAsha302, ola, ola fly, OlaFly, pl01210, razr hd, RazrHd, samsung, Samsung GT-C3262, Samsung GT-E6626, Samsung GT-N7005, Samsung SCH-I415, Samsung SCH-I659, Samsung SGH-I547, Samsung SPH-M400, Samsung SPH-M830, SamsungGt-c3262, SamsungGt-e6626, SamsungGt-n7005, SamsungSch-i415, SamsungSch-i659, SamsungSgh-i547, SamsungSph-m400, SamsungSph-m830, Sharp SH-10D, SharpSh-10d, Sony LT28h, sony xperia ion, SonyLt28h, SonyXperiaIon, u8812, VeryKool, VeryKool I130, VerykoolI130, Xeuss, Xeuss Mobile, Xeuss Mobile Hercules, XeussMobile, XeussMobileHercules, xperia ion, xperia ion hspa+, XperiaIon, XperiaIonHspa+, xt389, xt926, ZTE, ZTE GR621, ZTE V6500, ZTE V6700, ZteGr621, ZteV6500, ZteV6700
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