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Did the XFON Just Go Through The FCC For Certification?
« on: May 29, 2013, 10:11:06 PM »

Well what have we here?  Is this the XFON that just got submitted to the FCC for certification?  If you believe the leaked phone image on the left is Motorola's new secret device then it just may be.  The picture on the right is from the FCC filing and there's no doubt a heavy resemblance between the two.  Of course there's no confirmation that either is the rumored XFON as it is called, but the suspicious timing of the FCC filing...a mere 5 days before the start of Google's I/O conference does raise an eyebrow or two. 

The phone, sporting model # XT1058 is also equipped with NFC,  Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac.  Another corroborating tidbit is that this model XT1058 appears to support both GSM as well as AT&T's LTE network which also goes along the rumors for the XFON as being a dual mode and SIM device.  Hopefully all will be revealed in next week.   Some other tech details gleamed from the FCC filing linked below is that the XT1058 contains an integrated GPS receiver and is also designed to function as a computer peripheral device (ie wireless hotspot) while connected to a computer.    For more info you can look over the FCC report below.   In the meantime...what do you think fine forum members?


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