The FCC holds a World of wonders for gadget lovers. The most recent point-of-interest is in a Motorola filing that was discovered today. While it could be speculated that it is the previously leaked Motorola Droid X 2 the fact is there really isn't anything telling in the information above to make us believe it's that device in particular-- or even Android device at all, for that matter.
What we do know however is that Droid X 2 leaked out already and given that the device above has CDMA bands it is somewhat possible this may be what we are seeing at the FCC. But again, nothing about the filing indicates it's that particular device. We'll just have to sit on this one and see if more info turns up in the meantime. [FCC via Electronista]
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