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Look like some version of the HTC Snap is making its way to all four of the major U.S. carriers. We've already seen early looks of the the T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint versions. Now one with the 850MHz and 1900MHZ bands — and that means AT&T — has made its way through the FCC.

This variant of the Snap, the S522, in all likelihood also won't carry the Snap name. The Verizon version is rumored to to be the Ozone and T-Mo's is the Dash 3G. So any guesses as to what AT&T will call it?

FCC via Engadget

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4 Comments
  • AT&T will call it "an unknown device" because this phone probably isn't coming to AT&T. Just because the phone has 850/1900 MHz 3G don't assume AT&T will get it (iPAQ 910c, HTC S743, HTC Touch Dual, etc.)
  • lol. OK, you're right. We're getting a little ahead of ourselves. That's true. But the Moto Q9h isn't getting any younger. (insert silver joke here)
  • I agree with CeluGeek but Phil's right as well, I wouldn't be surprised if we see an original GSM looking Snap on there this summer-UNTOUCHED like Sprint & Verizon's.
  • UNLIKE***