Back in July, mobile phone maker Motorola was said to be working on a new device running under Google’s Android operating system, and the same handset has just made an appearance at the FCC.
Featuring model number XT907, the new smartphone is expected to make an appearance on shelves at Verizon Wireless, and the FCC listing
The new device was spotted at the feds with support for Verizon's LTE bands, EV-DO/CDMA connectivity, and NFC capabilities inside.
Rumor has it that this mobile phone
would be set to land at the wireless carrier as part of Motorola’s DROID RAZR series, and that it would be only a mid-range device.
For those out of the loop, we should note that the DROID RAZR was released as model XT912, while the yet unannounced DROID RAZR HD is expected to arrive as model XT926.