Motorola working on Android phone for AT&T, T-Mobile?

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Motorola working on Android phone for AT&T, T-Mobile?
A couple of FCC filings from Motorola could be pointing the way toward a new Android device for both AT&T and T-Mobile. Both filings are for GSM devices. One offers quad band 3G support for T-Mobile, the other offers the same for AT&T. For those who want to know, the ID numbers are IHDP56KZ1 and IHDP56KZ2 respectively. Both come with Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and Bluetooth 2.1 ( As a point of reference, the DROID and CLIQ had respective ID numbers of IHDP56KC5 and  IHDT56KV1). Considering that the manufacturer has promised 20 Android models this year, the odds favor that this is one of them with two different destinations. Another 56x Motorola ID number, IHDT56LC1, code named WX404 has been filed. This model supports CDMA and features EV-DO and Bluetooth which would make it a candidate for Verizon or Sprint. .Obviously it is very early in the life cycle for whatever phones these are, but we will continue to be on the lookout for more info.

source: ThesearetheDroids



1. Galen20K

Posts: 577; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

Excellent! I think it will be another High End model seeing as its been a while and they've some Mid range ones announced lately. I'm guessing late summer to fall for this one to come to T-Mobile and Att.

2. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

damn. . .2010. . .too many phones coming out this am i gonna upgrade to


Posts: 17; Member since: Feb 16, 2010

I could care less bout Motorola anymore. I'm not going to buy their phones anymore after seeing the crappy ugly looking Backflip. You guys disappoint me. For not bringing the SHOLES GSM version to AT&T. If you make another ugly looking ass ANDDOID phone to AT&T. I'm NEVER GOING TO BUY YOUR CRAP AGAIN MOTOROLA.

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