After an earlier rumor suggested that T-Mobile might miss out on the Moto X, as a deal with Motorola wasn’t reportedly in place, recently discovered FCC documentation seems to reveal the T-Mobile Moto X version.
However, nothing is official at this time, and we’re yet to find out whether the carrier will have the Moto X in stock later this year.
Model number XT1053 is believed to be T-Mobile’s Moto X version, and it’s the fifth alleged Moto X version seen at the FCC. Before the XT1053, we’ve seen similarly codenamed devices arrive at the FCC, including the XT1055 (U.S. Cellular), the XT1056 (Sprint, the XT1058 (AT&T) and the XT1060 (Verizon).
The XT1053 comes with support for T-Mobile’s bands including AWS HSPA+ and LTE. From the looks of it, the device also supports LTE bands 2 and 17, which means it could run on AT&T’s network. Engadget points out that the FCC documents also reveal Wi-Fi ac support.
The Moto X is by now the worst kept secret ever – and that looks pretty much like a marketing strategy to us – but the rumors and leaks will soon reach an end, as the device will be finally made official on August 1.