The smartphone is compatible with Rogers LTE bands as well
With less than a month until their official release, Research In Motion’s (RIM) BlackBerry 10 devices have been spotted at FCC (Federal Communications Commission).The folks over at Engadget report that the BlackBerry L-Series has just received FCC’s approval with GSM and LTE bands compatible with both AT&T and Rogers carriers.
Even though some of the information is kept secret due to confidentiality agreements, we already know that both BlackBerry 10 L-Series and N-Series handsets will be launched on January 30.
The device that has been recently spotted at FCC is known as BlackBerry RFF91LW, but from the picture that accompanies the documents filed, we can assume this is the all-touch BlackBerry 10 L-Series device.
Obviously, the RFF91LW might be the old BlackBerry Dev Alpha device, though it’s less likely. Stay tuned for more details on this one.