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  1. tonythecanuck's Avatar
    Could it be the rumoured device with a folding snap-out keyboard?

    Posted using my BlackBerry Z30.
    GRojasHruska likes this.
    11-13-14 11:39 AM
  2. Jiggy1971's Avatar
    L6ARHH150LW by BlackBerry Limited for Smartphone (L6A-RHH150LW, L6A RHH150LW)

    'For body worn operation' though that applies to all smartphones really lol.
    Well if it is AWESOME, hopefully it has a brother. Says it won't operate in US territories.
    11-13-14 12:24 PM
  3. raino's Avatar
    Methinks this is definitely a phone. Going through the FCC docs and posts above, I've seen at least two model designations so far: SQC100-1 (RHH151LW,) and -4 (RHG161LW.) And for the -1, it says "Classification: "PCS Licensed Transmitter Held to Ear." Unless you're Stone Cold Steve Austin, I doubt your hold a watch to your ear.

    LTE bands 2, 5, 7 for the SQC100-1 is pretty interesting though. If this was an all-NA model, I would expect to see band 4 and 17 in there as well. For ROW, I would expect to see band 3, and maybe 8 and 1.

    @KporalBoyQ10, where did you see CDMA band listings?
    GRojasHruska likes this.
    11-13-14 12:27 PM
  4. Bla1ze's Avatar
    I guess we know now lol. Still weird it's different from others.
    11-13-14 01:34 PM
  5. riss89's Avatar
    Possibly it's some kind of medical device? Blackberry didn't get into business or partnership with a medical company for nothing....right?

    +-keystroke queen-+
    11-13-14 01:45 PM
  6. undone's Avatar
    smart badge/communicator type thing. You know how many star trek fans would buy the first real 'communicator'....
    11-13-14 01:47 PM
  7. Branta's Avatar
    The frequencies and RF output levels suggest a regular cellular smartphone, capable of operating in the usual bands up to and including LTE. The (conducted) RF outputs suggest it will have a battery reasonably similar to current BB smartphones to support it. Certainly not wearable in the sense of smartwatch but beltwear or body worn could be contenders. My guess is traditional-ish smartphone.
    Bluenoser63 likes this.
    11-13-14 06:02 PM
  8. anon(5818411)'s Avatar
    11-13-14 06:38 PM
  9. Carjackd's Avatar
    Let me illustrate this..

    Normal.

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    Normal

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    Not freaking normal...

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    We know normal out here?

    "Official International Accountant of the Peevishlicious Crew " via my Canadian Passport!!
    11-13-14 06:43 PM
  10. Carjackd's Avatar
    Now we're talking!

    "Official International Accountant of the Peevishlicious Crew " via my Canadian Passport!!
    11-13-14 06:43 PM
  11. Lofti1's Avatar
    Wearable device that can use a SIM card? So if you wanted you could have it independent from your phone.

    Posted via CB10 on Q10
    11-13-14 06:49 PM
  12. MrGabriel's Avatar
    Remember that post about the wearable device that lets you unlock your BlackBerry? I think this is it.

    Posted via CB10
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    11-13-14 06:52 PM
  13. 3vilPeT3's Avatar
    That's what she said.


    Good night ever one.
    11-13-14 08:08 PM
  14. bernardogrady's Avatar
    Not that i think this is what this device is but with Blend in the mix now you could have a smartwatch with a sim and wifi/bluetooth that allows you, via a tablet or laptop, to use blend to complete all of the functions of your phone. for me i'd rather have my phone but for some, a watch with Blend could replace carrying a cell phone for them.
    11-13-14 10:23 PM
  15. slagman5's Avatar
    So, unless I'm understanding this wrong, it's some kind of little flip phone??? Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-wtf.jpg
    11-14-14 12:16 AM
  16. Govind Krishnan's Avatar
    maybe they're working on that all touch phone with keyboard hidden inside.......it was shown on CB earlier......or maybe the z3 lte or maybe Manitoba....wait i don't know exactly or the IPHONE KILLER
    11-14-14 12:55 AM
  17. thurask's Avatar
    Classic. Nothing else. Move along.

    Some new hardware device just hit the FCC-b2wffaxcyaaizwj_edit.png

    Posted via CB10
    11-14-14 01:07 AM
  18. H4zN's Avatar
    *heavy breathing*
    Erik_1991 likes this.
    11-14-14 02:17 AM
  19. benbraun322's Avatar
    maybe they're working on that all touch phone with keyboard hidden inside.......it was shown on CB earlier......or maybe the z3 lte or maybe Manitoba....wait i don't know exactly or the IPHONE KILLER
    The Z3 LTE and the Manitoba are the same device.
    If your talking about an All-Touch that's codenamed the Ontario

    Posted via CB10
    11-14-14 02:44 AM
  20. andy84#WN's Avatar
    Blackberry Visa.

    Posted via CB10
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    11-14-14 05:48 AM
  21. raino's Avatar
    Classic. Nothing else. Move along.
    Is -4 the ROW then? And post#12 mentions CDMA. Know anything about that? I didn't find anything about a CDMA variant in the FCC docs yesterday.
    11-14-14 09:18 AM
  22. kevets's Avatar
    I do enjoy a good FCC stalking session, but it does kind of feel like going through someone's trash to find some valuable piece of intel. Carry on! Nothing to see here apparently.

    Does it at least hint at a Classic version that can run on Verizon? That's what a lot of us really care about. Having them as a carrier is like being in an abusive relationship. You want to leave to get the better phones, but you don't because they're a good provider (of service).
    11-14-14 09:29 AM
  23. thurask's Avatar
    Is -4 the ROW then? And post#12 mentions CDMA. Know anything about that? I didn't find anything about a CDMA variant in the FCC docs yesterday.
    RHH151LW - Classic SQC100-1 (9600270A) - Rest of World
    RHE151LW - Classic SQC100-2 (9400270A) - AT&T
    RHF141LW - Classic SQC100-3 (9500270A) - Verizon
    RHG161LW - Classic SQC100-4 (9700270A) - North America GSM
    RHF142LW - Classic SQC100-5 (9C00270A) - Verizon (no camera)

    SQC100-1
    LTE band support: LTE 800, LTE 850, LTE 900, LTE 1800, LTE 1900, LTE 2100, LTE 2600 MHz bands

    HSPA+ band support: UMTS 800/UMTS 850, UMTS 900, PCS 1900, IMT 2100 MHz bands

    GSM band support: GSM 850, GSM 900, DCS 1800, PCS 1900 MHz bands

    SQC100-2
    LTE band support: LTE 700, LTE 800, LTE 850, LTE 1700, LTE 1800, LTE 1900, LTE 2100, LTE 2600 MHz bands

    HSPA+ band support: UMTS 800/UMTS 850, PCS 1900, IMT 2100 MHz bands

    GSM band support: GSM 850, GSM 900, DCS 1800, PCS 1900 MHz bands

    *wireless charging*

    SQC100-3/5
    LTE band support: LTE 700, LTE 1700, LTE 1800, LTE 2600 MHz bands

    HSPA+ band support: UMTS 800/UMTS 850, UMTS 900, PCS 1900, IMT 2100 MHz bands

    GSM band support: GSM 850, GSM 900, DCS 1800, PCS 1900 MHz bands

    CDMA band support: CDMA 850, PCS 1900 MHz bands

    *wireless charging*

    SQC100-4
    LTE band support: LTE 700, LTE 850, LTE 1700, LTE 1900, LTE 2100, LTE 2600 MHz bands

    HSPA+ band support: UMTS 800/UMTS 850, AWS 1700, PCS 1900, IMT 2100 MHz bands

    GSM band support: GSM 850, GSM 900, DCS 1800, PCS 1900 MHz bands
    Last edited by thurask; 11-14-14 at 10:24 AM.
    11-14-14 09:50 AM
  24. slagman5's Avatar
    Either one of those wireless charging models support all of the bands required to fully work on AT&T?

    ?Posted without the aid of AutoCorrect with my physical keyboard via CB10
    11-14-14 09:54 AM
  25. FR33MAN's Avatar
    A mini passport all touch

    Posted via CB10
    11-14-14 10:05 AM
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