Motorola RAZR says hi to FCC with AT&T radios on board; Motorola XOOM 2 also visits?

Motorola RAZR says hi to FCC with AT&T radios on board; Motorola XOOM 2 also visits?
The Motorola RAZR has made it past the FCC and inside it carried radios tuned to AT&T's frequencies. But before you AT&T customers start getting excited, the frequencies are also used by many Canadian carriers and it is expected that the Motorola RAZR will be heading across the border after it is launched by Verizon. The shared bands are GSM 850/1900 and WCDMA Bands II/V for 3G.

No one is ruling out an AT&T variant of the Motorola DROID RAZR as it would make sense for the Schaumberg based company to spread its flagship phone to as many carriers as possible. This is the MO that Samsung has used quite well with its Galaxy line of smartphones. Of course, AT&T has not uttered a word yet and neither has Motorola, but Mobile City Online is offering pre-orders of the imported unlocked GSM version of the phone for $600.

Also taking a visit to the FCC was a mystery tablet manufactured by Motorola. It is uncertain if it is the Motorola XOOM 2 or another enhanced version of the original model. What is known is that this tablet has a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and a display with resolution of 1200 x 800. It offers an HDMI out slot and comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models. The FCC documents do not have any word on cell connection, only Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

source: WirelessGoodness via TechCrunch, Phandroid

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