By Anton D. Nagy | September 29, 2013 5:16 AM
On September 18 BlackBerry announced its Z30 phone, a follow-up to the Z10, which, as we’ve heard, didn’t go as well as the company hoped. The announcement contained press renders, specs, and everything, except pricing and availability, especially for the US.
Thanks to the recent FCC filing, we know know that a GSM variant of the phone has been certified with 4G-capable bands (1,700MHz and 2,600MHz). This could make it a perfect candidate, and compatible phone, for carriers like Telus, Rogers, and Bell, in Canada. Other supported frequencies include 850/1900MHz for GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/HSDPA Bands (FDD II, V), as well as LTE Bands (FDD 4, 5).
No other details are available and, despite having two versions on file (L6ARFY110LW and L6ARFW120LW), we’ll still have to wait for further details. Then, there’s a lot of confidential information inside the documents, at least until November.