Smaller version of the Motorola DROID Pro, the XT316, repeats FCC visit with AT&T bands on board
The Motorola XT316 has just completed a second visit to the Feds, and this time the radio under the hood was loaded up with AT&T's frequencies which gives us a good idea where this phone is headed to. While a visit to the FCC doesn't guarantee an imminent launch for a device, should the Motorola XT316 get released by AT&T, it will give business customers of the carrier another option for an enterprise-centric phone other than BlackBerry.
source: FCC via Engadget
1. snowgator posted on 04 Jul 2011, 12:24 1 0
Sigh ..... As RIM bickers, sends mean open letters to the outside world, and forms committees to discuss if they need to get a committee together to restructure, the Droid Pro/XPRT/XTwhatever-it-is gives business customers a fun, efficient, fairly safe alternative. Starting to really respect the buiness decisions of Moto.
2. hepresearch (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2011, 21:53 0 0
If it does end up coming to AT&T, I might consider getting one. The Droid Pro is a nice form factor for me, and with full QWERTY it satisfies my desire for a physical keyboard. The fact that it will be smaller may equate to less expense and less super-phone features, which I do not really need. Hopefully it will have a much nicer processor than the 720 MHz one in the Moto Flipout... and Android 2.3?
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