Monday, April 20, 2009

Lusting after UMA

Is HTC on a roll with UMA devices? First there was the Shadow, then the new Touch 3G. And now, rumors are circulating about the Snap, aka S522.

As usual, broke news of the phone, catching it in the FCC shuffle. Now, others are beginning to dream about it.

“What would make this really lustful interesting is if the T-Mobile version supported UMA, or Unlicensed Mobile Access,” wrote JKontherun. It’s certainly a possibility. It looks like device will support AT&T’s 3G network and also T-Mobile’s 1700MHz band.

We’re keeping our fingers crossed. The list of UMA-enabled devices is growing by leaps and bounds.

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