Everyone seems to be getting into the Android spirit.  We learned today that the Commtiva Blaze passed through the FCC, and is headed for Cincinnati Bell.  No word on processor or memory specs quite yet, but what we do know points to the Blaze being another solid entry level phone.  Quadband GSM and dual band 1700/2100 HSDPA (which means it would also make a great pre-paid T-Mobile handset), Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR, WiFi 802.11 b/g, 5 MP camera with LED flash and autofocus, GPS and aGPS, and a 1230mAh battery all wrapped up in what looks to be a slightly customized version of Android 1.6.

While it may not be a screamer, it's always nice to see new handsets -- especially when the smaller carriers are beginning to get into the game. [via CellPhone Signal]

 

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Commtiva Blaze passes the FCC, is headed for Cincinnati Bell

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Here is some info that Cincinnati Bell released in January about their Commtiva phone-

- Android operating system
- Large 3.2” touch screen
- Super thin 115 x 57 x 12.4 mm
- Amazingly light for what it does (140g)
- 3G HSPA gives blazing speed for amazing web browsing
- 5 mega pixel camera for amazing photos and video- 32GB memory to store tons of photos and music
- Integrated GPS positioning
- Marketplace to download thousands of applications