Unknown Motorola Titanium visits FCC en route to Verizon or Sprint?

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Unknown Motorola Titanium visits FCC en route to Verizon or Sprint?
The previously unknown Motorola Titanium visited the FCC with some information that lets us make an educated guess as to which carrier(s) this handset will end up on. The device runs over Ev-Do rev. A which tells us that the Titanium looks Verizon or Sprint bound. Wi-Fi is enabled on this phone and since Motorola is not really doing much in the way of Windows Mobile gadgets these days, we can make the assumption that this will be powered by Android. The Titanium does not appear on the amazingly accurate leaked Motorola roadmap that we have used like Harry Potter's Marauder's Map to help guide us through the release of the Motorola CLIQ, the DROID launch and the upcoming Motus, Sholes Tablet and Motorola Zeppelin. So just what is the Motorola Titanium? As soon as we get more info, we will let you know.

source: FCC via Engadget

*Update* After spending some more time with the FCC PDFs for the Motorola Titanium, we noticed the phone will actually support both GSM and CDMA bands, so we guess it will be a global Android phone for either Sprint or Verizon.


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