Motorola XT907 passes through FCC en route to Verizon

Motorola XT907 passes through FCC en route to Verizon

A presumably mid-range Motorola smartphone has made a stop by the FCC on its way to Verizon, hinting at yet another Droid model on the horizon.  Tapped with the model number of XT907, the handset looks to feature NFC, CDMA / EVDO, support for Verizon 4G LTE bands, Bluteooth, mobile hotspot, and more.

Without any details on the processor, memory, or storage, it’s hard to imagine exactly what kind of device this will be when it debuts.  Given the fact that we’re talking FCC stuff now, it should not be long before we find out more.

FCC via Engadget

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