FCC spills Velocity Mobile beans

Chronic FCC stalkers Engadget have outed Velocity Mobile’s FCC filling for the Velocity Mobile 103. This full-screen tablet-type Windows Mobile Smartphone has not cleared the FCC, and the filling not only bring one of the first real-life pictures of the device, but also some tasty details.

For one, the filling confirms the presence of the all-important AT&T 850 Mhz band for 3G, and usually for a device aimed at the American market, includes a a front-facing video conferencing camera. It also shows an interesting screen lock switch. The included manual does not mentioned Velocity’s custom UI overlay, but we are certainly to see more of this before the release. The device differentiates itself from most other Windows Mobile phones by the presence of a VGA screen and a trackball for navigation.

Peruse the FCC’s filling here.

See more pictures after the break.






Via Engadget.com

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