CNET certainly appreciated the dual-core, 4G-capable Android handset enough to give the unlocked version a coveted Editors' Choice Award ahead of its official U.S. launch. Although a U.S. version in early May, possibly AT&T-bound, there's still been no official word on a timeline or carrier pickup.
We did, however, learn of a few more clues in another recent FCC filing, this time for a handset with a variation on the Galaxy S II's model number, one that outlets like Engadget have speculated means that there's an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor onboard.
We've also heard tell of another FCC clearance, this time connected with the hotly anticipated
A third notable phone to clear the FCC this week was one we North Americans may never get a chance to see. The Sony Ericsson txt pro has the GSM bands (850/1900) to hop onto AT&T and T-Mobile, Engadget reports, but without the 3G or 4G support, this model is unlikely to reach our shores.