Motorola XT890, rumored to pack 2GHz Intel processor, breaks bread with the FCC

Motorola XT890, rumored to pack 2GHz Intel processor, breaks bread with the FCC
The Motorola DROID RAZR M, with its edge-to-edge screen, launched on Monday via Verizon. But the Motorola XT890 just visited the FCC and that phone is purportedly the global variant of the phone, the Motorola RAZR M. Speculation is that the global variant of the Motorola DROID RAZR M will be powered by a 2GHz CPU and have a screen with resolution of 540 x 897. AT&T's frequencies connect to the 2G/3G radios on the device and Android 4.0.4 is installed.

While there is no word in the FCC documentation concerning LTE, there is some talk about the device running dual-band Wi-Fi. Also missing is any indication about NFC support on the phone. While nothing has been said or even hinted at, there is some reason to believe that this device will be the Intel powered Motorola model to be introduced September 18th in London. Why? Well, all of the promotional material for the event focuses on Motorola taking you to 'The Edge'. And what new Motorola model has an edge-to-edge screen? You got it.

The Motorola XT890 also ran through the GLBenchmark site where we were able to find out about the resolution of the display and the 2GHz CPU. Looks like Motorola has something soon for power users outside of the states.

source: FCC


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