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HTC Legend Heading To AT&T?

Searching through the FCC's site has really peen paying off lately, with all the information leaking about about new phones. It now seems that Engadget uncovered an FCC filing for an AT&T band (and many Canadian carriers) friendly version of the HTC Legend sporting 850/1900 WCDMA bands.

BoyGeniusReport explains the reasoning behind the assumption, saying that the FCC ID number PB76110 is just a digit away from the original European Legend with an ID number of PB76100 and the design of the labeling matches the previous Legend as well.

AT&T could use a decent mid-high range phone for their line-up, but I can't think of any reason why Canada won't get it. For those of you unfamiliar with the structure of the HTC Legend, have a look at this quote from MobileCrunch for a good chuckle:

Sure, it’s not the most powerful piece of kit in HTC’s armory – but it’s made of friggin’ metal. You could give this phone to a bear for a few hours and have it come back mostly functioning. Can you imagine a world where bears have cell phones of their very own? That’s a world I’d want to live in.

Other Sources: BoyGeniusReport, FCC, MobileCrunch

Image from Engadget

Source: Engadget

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