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Sony Xperia Arc Headed To AT&T?

It has been awhile since we have heard anything on the upcoming Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. Luckily however, it has recently passed FCC with none other than AT&T bands. As with all FCC filings, this doesn’t always guarantee that this particular device has been cleared and will actually get to that specific carrier.

According to a User Agent Profil (UAProf) listing, there’s a certain LT15at model from manufacturer Sony Ericsson . The original Xperia Arc is just LT15a, however with the addition of “at” at the end of the LT15 codename could possible indicate that it is headed to AT&T. According to the FCC AT&T bands are there.

This upcoming device features a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 512MB of RAM, 4.2-inch 480×854 FWVGA display and an 8mp camera with LED flash and also the mobile Exmor R backlit image sensor that enables the taking of great pictures.

Sony has already debuted the Xperia Play on Verizon just recently and with this new device hopefully on the horizon we could be seeing more Android powered Sony devices in the future.

As soon as there is more information available we will be sure to share it. Any of you AT&T users looking forward to a Sony device available on their network? Let us know below in the comments.

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  1. Most US based tech blog keep forgetting that ANY phone that can be legally used in the US has to pass through the FCC (including phones that are never sold to the US market).This entry in the FCC filings is most probably the Rogers Xperia Arc. Rogers has the same bands as AT&T thus making US based tech blog to think that a given phone is heading to AT&T when it could in fact be headed to either AT&T, Rogers, Bell or TELUS.

  2. Most US based tech blog keep forgetting that ANY phone that can be legally used in the US has to pass through the FCC (including phones that are never sold to the US market).This entry in the FCC filings is most probably the Rogers Xperia Arc. Rogers has the same bands as AT&T thus making US based tech blog to think that a given phone is heading to AT&T when it could in fact be headed to either AT&T, Rogers, Bell or TELUS.

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