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Acer

Acer isn’t exactly known for its tablets around the world. It has tried its hand with a few large sized devices over the past few years since the Honeycomb days, but has failed to leave a mark on our minds. So in order to make a lasting impact on the market, the Taiwanese manufacturer has been launching a number of budget tablets. The most recent of these is called the Iconia One 7 which has now made its way to the FCC.

Xperia T2 Ultra

Sony devices traditionally launch exclusively via T-Mobile in the U.S. And we recently saw the Xperia T2 Ultra carrying T-Mobile’s bands making its way to the FCC. This smartphone with the model number D5316 has now been cleared by the authorities and could be launching soon.

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Two weeks ago, a well-known and trusted leaker announced on his social networking sites that Sony’s latest mid-range phablet, the Xperia T2 Ultra, is set to launch on T-Mobile in the United States later this year, and earlier today an FCC filing has been brought to our attention, confirming that the forthcoming handset is, indeed, compatible with T-Mobile’s LTE bands in the U.S.

ASUS AT&T Padfone X

The ASUS Padfone X was originally launched back in January during the CES, with AT&T announcing the availability shortly after. However, the tablet is yet to see a launch despite teasers being posted by the carrier. This tablet-smartphone hybrid has now made its way to the FCC for certification, indicating that it’s one step closer from official retail availability.

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Yesterday, an unannounced Samsung Mobile Device, SM-T805, passed through the Bluetooth Certification HQ in the United States. Brief snippets of information included in the filing documentation reveal that we could potentially be looking at the Galaxy Tab Pro — a revamped model of the South Korean company’s former flagship tablet of 2013.

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