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Anyone heard anything on this one?  Was the Z30 still going through FCC stuff and is now hung up in the "shutdown"?

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Nope have not seen a release date from Sprint or bberry hence my question. I did not see a release date in your article

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Nope have not seen a release date from Sprint or bberry hence my question. I did not see a release date in your article

 

We do not generally traffic in release date rumors.  That is best left to other sites.  But we do publish articles on FCC OET authorizations.  And if you read my article carefully, you would see that the Z30 passed through the FCC OET over a week ago.  So, your question about it being "hung up" at the FCC has already been answered.

 

AJ

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