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FCC Outs Mystery Motorola Handset for AT&T

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May 10, 2013, 9:18 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Documents on the Federal Communications Commission web site provide a peek at an unannounced handset from Motorola. The XT 1058 was certified with AT&T's unique LTE bands, in addition to 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0, and NFC — all hallmarks of a high-end smartphone. Motorola has not released a handset for AT&T since last year's Atrix HD. The most recent batch of high-end smartphones made by Motorola were all sold by Verizon Wireless under the Droid brand. The FCC documents provide a rough sketch of the XT 1058, but no other specific details beyond the wireless certifications.


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May 12, 2013, 3:08 PM

If this is the rumor Motorola/Google X Phone.

I would buy this phone if:

1) It had a removable battery

2) It kept the Kevlar backing (more for personal reason)

3) Especially if it got regular updates, especially since its rumored to be stock updates (Nexus-like), I'd take a month delay simply because that would be better than what is happening now
IT's a basic phone
It almost certainly won't have a removable battery. The "label" with the FCC ID and other regulatory marks is clearly screen-printed on the back of the phone. They don't do that unless there's no "under the battery" for a traditional label.
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