Every year we see a lot of smartphones get released here in the U.S., and one thing they all have in common is they receive FCC approval before consumers can get their hands on them. It usually happens within a month or two of the actual release. The “All New One” is no exception and is one (no pun intended) step closer to release now that it has received FCC approval.
Documents show that not only the international version has cleared, but all four major U.S. carrier versions as well. The FCC IDs are as follows….
NM80P6B100 – International version, supports 4G LTE band 7
NM80P6B120 – AT&T
NM80P6B200 – Verizon
NM80P6B700 – Sprint
NM80P6B160 – T-Mobile
The documents only seem to reveal minor stuff such as the microphone jack placed at the bottom of the device. If you notice anything else unusual, please let us know in the comments.