Motorola has certainly got virtual tongues wagging on the Internet with the latest leaks surrounding the Moto X as well as unveiling the Droid Ultra landing page, but this does not mean that other handsets should slip through the news dragnet, don’t you think so? Apparently, two mysterious devices from Motorola have appeared over at the FCC, where they carry the respective model numbers Motorola XT1030 and Motorola XT1080. These are said to be headed for Verizon Wireless over at the US, since underneath the hood, you will find the Motorola XT1030 and XT1080 to play nice with LTE bands 4 and 13, accompanied by EVDO Rev. A and WCDMA on 850/900/1900/2100. Heck, the FCC filings also revealed that these upcoming devices will also carry NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac radios.
To see so many wireless technologies being made available in a single handset is certainly enough for us to wet our geek pants, and we do keep our fingers crossed that all of that will run on a speedy Qualcomm processor to boot. Some have said that the XT1030 could be the leaked Droid Ultra, while the XT1080 might be a variant of the Moto X, but until something more concrete turns up, we can only speculate at this point in time.
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