A month forward of a launch of Research In Motion’s BlackBerry 10 handling system, a integrate of handsets using a OS have appeared in a U.S. air wave regulatory database.

There’s not most about a phones that can be collected from a documents, that appeared in a Federal Communications Commission’s database of inclination that have upheld regulatory testing. Several years ago, a papers supposing an early demeanour during arriving handsets, though a FCC began permitting companies to ask that photos as good as user manuals have been kept from open perspective until a inclination have been launched.

The phones have been identified as a RFH121LW as good as RFF90LW/RFK121LW.

The former is concordant with both North American as good as ubiquitous GSM as good as WCDMA frequencies as good as LTE bands 3, 7, 8 as good as 20. It additionally includes WiFi, Bluetooth as good as an NFC (near-field communication) chip.

The latter has all of a same mobile as good as low-power wireless await though differs in a LTE coverage. It is concordant with LTE bands 2, 4, 5 as good as 17. That creates it technically concordant with AT&T’s network in a U.S., nonetheless there is no denote in a papers of where it will be sole or upon that carriers.

RIM is scheduled to betray a initial handsets using BlackBerry 10 during an eventuality in New York upon Jan. 30.

The conduit has already shown off growth phones using pre-release versions of a latest OS.

(Watch a proof of a pass facilities in a BlackBerry 10 handling system.)

Martyn Williams covers mobile telecoms, Silicon Valley as good as ubiquitous record violation headlines for The IDG News Service. Follow Martyn upon Twitter during @martyn_williams. Martyn’s e-mail residence is martyn_williams@idg.com

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