A few days ago, we told you that the unannounced HTC DoubleShot was approved by the FCC to work on T-Mobile’s AWS network. However, other websites, including Phandroid and PocketNow, reported that the device in question, model number PG58100, wasn’t the DoubleShot, but the HTC Sensation 4G.
While that’s not confirmed yet, we now know that the Sensation has definitely hit the FCC, this time as the PG58130. According to this label found at the FCC (seen below), the PG58130 is the Sensation. And since it features AWS connectivity (1700MHz), most likely this is T-Mobile’s Sensation 4G, not the PG58100 (which could be the DoubleShot after all?).
We still don’t know when T-Mobile and HTC plan to announce the Sensation 4G, but it shouldn’t take long until it happens. We’ll keep you posted.
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