Motorola XT1055 makes it’s way through the FCC. Is it another X FON?
The Motorola X FON continues to matriculate its way into our palms. Going from mythical powerhouse to somewhat disappointing mid range device, the handset could now be making its way to US Cellular customers. The again, we’re really still speculating at this point.
Though the FCC filing lists another model number with “X” in the designation, we are still a bit baffled by what is going on. If we’re to believe all these Motorola devices with that letter in the model number, then we have to ask why Dennis Woodside declared the X FON was a single device. The Motorola CEO mentioned they were preparing several devices, but that the X FON would indeed be one device.
In regard to specs, there is nothing fantastic: Snapdragon S4 Pro at 1.7GHz, 2GB RAM, 16GB memory, a 10MP camera, Android 4.2.2, 720p display. Not bad, but not the rumored Sony Honami, either.
This filing means Motorola has an “X” device that will work on every major domestic carrier, save for T-Mobile. We can assume, considering that everyone else seems to be getting a variant, they will as well. The devices are slated to make an appearance a bit later in the year, so we continue to play the waiting game.