Last week, Motorola and Verizon took the wraps off of their latest 4G LTE smartphone, the Motorola Droid RAZR. We came away from the event impressed with what the manufacturer and carrier cooked up and we’d have to imagine that those of you out there looking to get on Verizon are as well. But what about those of you that don’t want the phone on Verizon?
Well, in what appears to be fantastic news, a device that looks to be a GSM version of the Droid RAZR has passed through the FCC with support for GSM 800/1900 bands and WCDMA bands II and V which are bands that AT&T uses.
There’s more evidence too.
The Droid RAZR’s battery is dubbed ‘SNN5899A.’ Guess what battery this phone passing through the FCC has on board?
Yup, you guessed it. SNN5899A.
So, it looks like the Droid RAZR (it will likely have a different name) will be headed to AT&T’s network at some point in the future.Verizon’s device will be out at some point in November.
Via: Wireless Goodness
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