The telling detail, for me, was that the tablet which cleared the FCC yesterday had the same model number as one of the devices which showed up a few weeks ago. That older device (FCC ZHS-1013)was clearly tested for just Wifi and Bluetooth, while the newer device (FCC ZHT-1013) was tested for more frequencies than you could shake a stick at. I'd say that there is a better than even chance that both filings belong to one of the Kindle Fire 8.9".
So all of Amazon's gadgets have cleared the FCC. Good. Next question: There's now N+1 sets of FCC paperwork for N Amazon devices. What the BLEEP is the extra set of paperwork for?
Seriously, this is an interesting puzzle here. It is identified as a module, has GPRS/EDGE/WCDMA support, and from the subterfuge with shell companies it likely belongs to Amazon.
I can't wait for whatever Amazon unveils in the next few months. The embargo on the photos of the module will be lifted in March, so clearly if Amazon plans to announce something new they will have to do it by then.
And I have no idea what it is for. What fun.