The two LTE radios on the device cover bands 4 (AWS) and 17 (700MHz). Those happen to be the same two LTE bands used by AT&T although it isn't likely to be offering this model considering the carrier recently released the Motorola ATRIX HD.With the AWS LTE band on board, we should see the XT925 get offered in Canada. The rest of the world will find the 2G and 3G bands to its liking.
If the naming pattern follows what we've seen earlier, only Big Red's models will have the right to use the DROID name and the XT925 will be called the Motorola RAZR HD.
source: FCC via Engadget