Motorola XT502 Greco Hits FCC

The Motorola XT502 “Greco” handset has been spotted again, this time loitering around the offices of the FCC. The touch-only device which was first found at the Bluetooth SIG appears like it might be getting its AT&T (WCDMA bands II and V) stripes. According to the FCC documents, the phone will be offered as the Quench XT3 and XT5 though we’re not clear on the difference. Likely following the T-Mobile Cliq XT’s footsteps, this is presumed to be a mid-range device. Other known (outed) hardware includes support for 8021.11 b/g, USB 2.0 and Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, and GPS/AGPS.

Source: Engadget

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  • Danny

    I guess this makes sense, although it's nothing really to get excited over. Just like the Cliq and the Cliq XT on T-Mobile, the Backflip is AT&T's QWERTY MotoBLUR device, and I'm assuming that this is going to be their non-QWERTY MotoBLUR (at least that's what I'm assuming since every mid-range Motorola Android device thus far has had MotoBLUR).

  • termoflua

    CyanogenMod Rom 2.2 for XT502 for download in

    Rom 2.3 coming soon…