The Motorola Droid RAZR was just announced yesterday (click here for our hands on preview) and already it looks like it has cleared the FCC, which we guess isn’t a bad thing and it should be able to make that November release date that it is originally slated for. We’re guessing that most of you guys are probably well aware of the specs of the device by now, such as its super thin form factor being one of its key selling points.
However what you may not know is that the FCC filing has shown that the Motorola Droid RAZR will be sporting GSM radio bands working on 850/1900MHz frequencies, which seems to suggest that while in the US it may be locked to Verizon, should you be a Verizon subscriber who travels often, you may be able to use the Motorola Droid RAZR in an international setting as well.
For those not so optimistic about its roaming capabilities, we’ll concede that those radio bands could indicate that the device will be made available in Canadian or international markets, but it never hurts to hope for the best, right?
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