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  1. notfakeprofile's Avatar
    Classic makes more sense indeed..
    11-13-14 10:16 AM
  2. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    98% chance but AGAIN it's odd. It's different. It's not exactly a standard FCC listing for a smartphone that BlackBerry normally puts out.
    But we've also had confirmation from multiple sources that classic is to be released this year though, so that again makes no sense
    11-13-14 10:17 AM
  3. Bluenoser63's Avatar
    Thanks for this Bla1ze. 'For body worn operation' means a wearable pretty much for sure. Interesting...
    Guys are taking it out of context.

    Enter any text that you would like to appear at the bottom of the Grant of Equipment Authorization:
    Power listed is EIRP for part 24E and 27 and ERP for part22H. For body-worn operation, this device has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with the specific holster tested for this filing or with an accessory that contains no metal and that positions the handset a minimum of 1.5 cm from the users body. End-users must be informed of the body-worn operating requirements for satisfying RF exposure compliance. The highest reported SAR values for head, body-worn accessory, product specific (wireless router), and simultaneous transmission conditions are 1.12W/kg, 0.72W/kg, 1.26W/kg, and 1.57W/kg respectively. This device contains functions that are not operational in U.S. Territories.

    Full Application Details: L6ARHH150LW by BlackBerry Limited for Smartphone (L6A-RHH150LW, L6A RHH150LW)

    Equipment Class: PCB - PCS Licensed Transmitter
    Description of product as it is marketed: (NOTE: This text will appear below the equipment class on the grant): Smartphone

    Full Application Details: L6ARHH150LW by BlackBerry Limited for Smartphone (L6A-RHH150LW, L6A RHH150LW)
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    11-13-14 10:20 AM
  4. Bla1ze's Avatar
    Let me illustrate this..

    Normal.

    Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-fcc_passport.jpg
    Normal

    Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-screenshot-2014-11-13-09.18.57.png

    Normal

    Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-p9983_fcc.png

    Not freaking normal...

    Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-screenshot-2014-11-13-09.20.45.png
    11-13-14 10:21 AM
  5. modbro's Avatar
    GoTenna type device. P2P or P2G Secure Messaging off the grid is my guess. Used in Enterprise situations when secure messaging is needed in a campus type operation. Key fob device or maybe built into a watch.
    11-13-14 10:22 AM
  6. Travis Bakker's Avatar
    Probably a smart card reader of sorts, given their recent push back into enterprise it wouldn't be surprising that they would update their old card reader hardware.

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    11-13-14 10:26 AM
  7. Bluenoser63's Avatar
    Marketing name is SQC100-1
    11-13-14 10:32 AM
  8. jhimmel's Avatar
    Boy, BB can't sneak anything past you guys, lol.

    Posted via CB10
    11-13-14 10:35 AM
  9. Travis Bakker's Avatar
    That's really strange...BlackBerry why so secretive? And that's a whopping huge sticker if that image is to be believed. Only device I ever saw a sticker that large on was a card reader...would make sense as a wearable, just wouldn't make much sense given the model #. Have to wait until MWC I suppose

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    11-13-14 10:37 AM
  10. TJ DM's Avatar
    My guess it's a wearable with a nano SIM dimensions are small for a smartphone but IS classified as a smartphone. A standalone wearable smartphone
    AnimalPak200 likes this.
    11-13-14 10:38 AM
  11. OneofLittleHarmony's Avatar
    Can you match up the frequency to bands to get further information there?

    Posted via CB10
    11-13-14 10:43 AM
  12. texn884's Avatar
    Its a flying BB car
    11-13-14 10:46 AM
  13. HighFlight88's Avatar
    From the SAR (specific absorption rate) tests, it definitely points to a rectangular cellphone-like device, normally held to the ear:

    My guess is that this is the FCC/IC certification package for the Classic, with a hold on short-term confidential details until May 2015. Definitely not a smart watch.
    Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-img_20141113_083359.png
    The one big question is as Bla1ze noted: I was always required to illustrate detailed ID labels and locations when making a submission, and that is the usual practice of BlackBerry. The label is plain odd.

    Could the 'delayed' (in some minds at least) release of the Classic be because of a delay in certification testing, and if so, was there a configuration change that is hinted at by a non-standard label drawing?


    Q10 ? The Other Crackberry Pirate ? Z30 | via CB10
    GRojasHruska likes this.
    11-13-14 10:50 AM
  14. deptech's Avatar
    Visa

    Z30 on 10.2.1 in Kitchener (Canada)
    11-13-14 10:50 AM
  15. AnimalPak200's Avatar
    Standalone smartwatch with a movirtu virtual sim in it?

    Posted via CB10
    11-13-14 10:55 AM
  16. rebroker2009's Avatar
    BlackBerry laptop similar but better than alienware

    Blackberry Passport running 10.3.1.1016
    GRojasHruska likes this.
    11-13-14 10:56 AM
  17. jonty12's Avatar
    The device is running 10.3.1.566 so I assume it's a Classic. Just some oddities with it.
    11-13-14 10:56 AM
  18. Superfly_FR's Avatar
    98% chance but AGAIN it's odd. It's different. It's not exactly a standard FCC listing for a smartphone that BlackBerry normally puts out.
    (100%+ speculative)
    Could it be some kind of *classified* sub-model ?
    We've heard rumors about army field operation devices.

    Edit
    Seems very similar to another [smartphone ?]
    To whom it may concern:
    We hereby declare that the WLAN/Bluetooth printed circuit board, antenna and mechanical of FCC ID: L6ARHH150LW is identical to the WLAN/Bluetooth printed circuit board, antenna and mechanical of FCC
    ID: L6ARHG160LW.
    The only difference between the two devices is their supported bands of WWAN function.
    11-13-14 10:57 AM
  19. NamelessStar's Avatar
    do devices that go to different countries pass through FCC? like one that wont be coming to NA? very possible this could be a device for the china market with a random guess lol.
    11-13-14 10:58 AM
  20. spiller's Avatar
    DOD collaboration field combat device

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    11-13-14 11:01 AM
  21. ikalinin's Avatar
    it says avail date 5/11/15... cant be the Classic...
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    11-13-14 11:02 AM
  22. yoe-yoe's Avatar
    it says avail date 5/11/15... cant be the Classic...
    That date is when confidential agreement expires.

    Posted via CB10
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    11-13-14 11:08 AM
  23. yoe-yoe's Avatar
    Here's the frequencies.

    Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-img_20141113_111525.png

    Posted via CB10
    11-13-14 11:16 AM
  24. tonythecanuck's Avatar
    Could it be a BlackBerry device to fit within another device; for example to be placed inside a vehicle, medical device, or robotic device? It was rumoured the Passport would be used within a medcial/clinical environment.....

    Posted using my BlackBerry Z30.
    GRojasHruska likes this.
    11-13-14 11:32 AM
  25. TJKGT's Avatar
    Grabs Popcorn....
    11-13-14 11:34 AM
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