Sony isn’t wasting much time getting regulatory approvals. Merely a couple of weeks after it brought the Xperia Go into the world, it’s passing the toughened-up phone with the FCC for Uncle Sam’s rubber stamp. Prior to you get visions of picking one up for Facebook updates on a canoe trip, be aware that it’s the intercontinental model we’re looking at: it can easily run on GSM and EDGE with US carriers, but the 900MHz and 2,100 MHz HSPA bands are implied for 3G in additional corners of the world. All the same, it does place the phone on the rapid track to its scheduled international release in the summertime. There’s always importing if you’ve merely got to have some weather-hardened Android 2.3 for a California getaway.
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