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Rhodium (Touch Pro 2) at FCC with T-Mobile 3G bands

The HTC Touch Pro 2 continues its long (and gooey) march to T-Mobile. We've already seen one variation of the Rhodium (its original HTC code name) at the FCC, but here's another, and it sports the T-Mobile 3G band of 1700 MHz.

Other tidbits: The first Rhodium at the FCC was the RHO100; this one's the RHO210, for what it's worth.

FCC (pdf link) Via Cell Phone Signal

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5 Comments
  • 2 megs up and 7 megs down. not to shabby.
  • Well, those are the theoretical speeds. Always much less IRL.
  • Sweet. I can't wait to get this phone to replace my MDA. I just hope it can hold out till the release date. This phone is on it's last leg.
  • Oops, you guys highlighted the wrong entry in the table. You put the red arrow on the frequencies for the GSM 1800 MHz band, not on the WCDMA 1700 MHz bandm.
  • Any sort of positive or negative confirmation of UMA?