Sony Xperia GX Gets FCC Approval, May Hit Japan Market Next Month

June 20, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It is the Federal Communication Commission’s office from where the tech world gets the first unofficial peak into most of the electronic gadgets meant for communication prior to their official launch.

So we do care what all passes through the FCC gates to get the necessary approval to the US markets.

So this week it was the turn of the Sony Xperia GX to be spotted at the FCC. The FCC documents show that the rig is known in the model number SO-04D. So while Sony got the approval from the apex body, we have got some close shots of the innards of the rig as well as some related information which was unavailable so far.

Though Sony is yet to give any official details about the phone, it is already known that the phone will be launched in Japan next month.

However, there is no clue about the launch date for markets beyond Japan, but we hope that the company will make things more clear about the Xperia GX in the imminent Asia Media Event.

Though the FCC documents also include a 282 page NTT DOCOMO manual for the device, it is not available for scrutiny now.

So the exact specifications of the phone still remain elusive but if one goes by the appearance, the phone might be targeted at the mid-range market.

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