New Motorola XT1080 and XT1030 devices receive FCC certification



Two new Motorola devices dubbed Motorola XT1080 and XT1030 just paid a visit at the FCC certification commission, which means we are pretty close to an announcement, and it better be, because people are running impatient with Motorola’s way of launching new devices since Google Inc took over. Actually they havent launched anything for a really long time and that’s what worries consumers. But have no fear as the company has plans to launch at least 3-4 new smartphones pretty soon as bits of information about Moto X (upcoming flagship device) keep coming every week, as well as new intel about a Droid Ultra device, which could mean a refresh to the entire Motorola RAZR series.

Both Motorola XT1080 and XT1030 are LTE ready devices with pretty much all the band frequencies in tow, which is exciting because they are compatible with any carrier. Word on the street that the XT1080 could be Verizon Wireless – Moto X version, while XT1030 could be the Droid Ultra M (mid-ranger phone).

It is expected for Motorola to launch the Moto X in the following couple of weeks, if not days and likely the new Ultra Droid RAZR series as well.

Motorola XT1080 and XT1030