Two mysterious Motorola phones have hit the FCC recently. When we’re waiting Motorola to officially introduce the Droid Ultra and Moto X, two samrtphones with model numbers Motorola XT1030 and Motorola XT1080 were spotted at FCC.
Both the devices are expected to be headed for Verizon Wireless at the U.S. These smartphones support LTE bands 4 and 13, along with EVDO Rev. A and WCDMA on 850/900/1900/2100. On the near-filed communication side there are NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac radios. That’s roughly every major wireless technology in a single device. The devices are speculated to have used Qualcomm chips.
Some are speculating that the XT1030 could be the Droid Ultra and the XT1080 might be a variant of the Moto X. But we’ve hardly any evidence supporting these speculations.