Moto X On T-Mobile Spotted In FCC Filing
We previously had reason to believe that Motorola’s much-anticipated Moto X would not be making its way to T-Mobile, but a recent FCC filing for the handset reveals that a version of the forthcoming device will be compatible with “UnCarrier,” suggesting the device may land on T-Mobile after all.
The FCC filing documentation details a Motorola X variant, known as XT1053, has made its way through the FCC approval process with the correct AWS HSPA+ and LTE bands it needs to function on T-Mobile’s 4G network. It certainly doesn’t look like the carrier has entered into a deal with Motorola to sell the handset, but its safe to assume that customers will be able to purchase an unlocked version of the smartphone with the right frequencies in tow.
We now also have confirmation that the X will feature the latest version of Wi-Fi technology, 802.11ac, which will deliver blazing fast internet speeds when connected to a compatible router.
A continuous stream of disclosures leads us to suspect that the Moto X will pack a 4.5-inch 720p display, a 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM and a brand new constantly active Google Now system.