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Motorola XT1060 to be Verizon’s XFON with a Snapdragon S4 Pro Processor?


Monday 20th of May 2013 / androidheadlines.com
Here is some interesting news to start the week off, with Motorola rumors. We’ve all heard about the XFON, and the Motorola XT1058. In fact, just before Google I/O the XT1058 made it through the FCC with AT&T bands. Which we had also seen it leaked with AT&T LTE logo’s all over it. We had also heard that the XFON would be coming to all the US carriers. So where is the Verizon version?Well an .ini file was pulled from the leaked Motorola USB drivers, the XT1060 will be accompanying the XT1058. The Motorola XT1060 appears to be the CDMA variant. The .ini file also lists out chipsets and model numbers fro devices to be picked up when using Motorola’s RSD lite application. So what kind of chip are we seeing for the XT1060? Well that would be none other than the Snapdragon S4 Pro dual-core. Which is similar to what we saw get benchmarked in the XT1058. It’s being labeled as the “MSM8960CDMA”. We’re going to assume that it’s clocked at 1.7GHz and has the Adreno 320 GPU and not the Adreno 225 GPU, but that’s not confirmed.Here
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Verizon’s “XFON” Likely the XT1060, Also Runs a Snapdragon S4 Dual-core MSM8960 – Droid Life


Monday 20th of May 2013 / droid-life.com
The Motorola XT1058, or better known as the “XFON,” is fully expected to launch on AT&T some time in the very near future. We’ve seen benchmarks with AT&T in the name, an FCC filing with model number that points towards AT&T bands, and pictures of the device in the wild with AT&T logos in the notification bar. But what about the other carriers? If the XT1058 is only headed to AT&T, does that mean the XFON is another AT&T exclusive or is there another model coming to carriers like Verizon? According to an .ini file pulled from leaked Motorola USB drivers, the XT1058 will be accompanied by a device XT1060, which appears to be the CDMA variant of the XFON. The .ini file lists out chipsets and models numbers for devices to be picked up when using Motorola’s RSD lite application. For the XT1060 we’re seeing a chipset labeled “MSM8960CDMA,” a Snapdragon 4 Pro dual-core variant, similar to what we saw in the benchmark for the XT1058. We’re assuming it’s the Pro here clocked at 1.7GHz with the Adreno 320 GPU, and
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I'm back to watching for this phone or for me the XT1060 on Verizon


Wednesday 12th of June 2013 / droidforums.net
Here is an article worth reviewing Verizon's Motorola X-Phone XT1060 Passes Through FCC - Android Authority , if you haven't seen it already. While we know this device popped up under the model XT1055 back in May. It looks like the XT1056 is going to Sprint, the XT1058 is headed to AT&T, the XT1060 is all for Verizon with 850 mhz and 1900 mhz frequencies.
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Moto X “XFON” XT1055 for U.S. Cellular Stops by FCC – Droid Life


Tuesday 18th of June 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
When Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside sat on stage at D11 a few weeks back, he confirmed that his company would “broadly” distribute their next wave of smartphones. With today’s FCC filing of the Motorola XT1055 headed to U.S. Cellular (LTE band 12), an XFON variant, we now have at least four variants of this phone confirmed for U.S. carriers. The listing helps us add another model number to an ongoing list that represents the XFON, which could very well be a part of the new Moto X line of phones. We know that the XT1060 is Verizon’s variant, XT1056 is headed to Sprint, and the XT1058 is on its way to AT&T. The only major U.S. carrier we have yet to see a filing for is T-Mobile.As for specs, the device is expected to run on a Snapdragon S4 Pro dual-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz, carry 2GB RAM, 16GB of storage, 10MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, 720p display, and run Android 4.2.2. Since that sounds mid-range, we are expecting Motorola to introduce new sensors or software that can predict your every desire as it happens. Well, it’ll at least do thing
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Verizon: Motorola XT1060


Thursday 27th of June 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com

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Motorola XT1030 and XT1080 Hit FCC, More Than Likely En Route to Verizon – Droid Life


Wednesday 03rd of July 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
According to new FCC filings, two Motorola devices, models XT1030 and XT1080 have passed the Commission’s tests. If you will recall, a Motorola device with number XT1060 also recently passed through the FCC, which was previously known as the XFON on its way to Verizon. Both devices allow for working on LTE bands 4 and 13, meaning these devices could also show up on Verizon’s network sometime very soon. As for which exact devices these two are, we can’t be 100% certain. From what we have reported so far, our intuition would lead us to believe that these could be the ULTRA M and ULTRA MAXX, essentially being the littler and bigger brother to the XT1060 aka DROID ULTRA. Although, we can’t count out the Moto X device completely either. The two devices which passed through the FCC sport NFC, Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac radios, features that each of these devices could have when they launch.If you are confused by so many capital letters and weird naming schemes, don’t worry because you are not the only one. Now we play the game where Verizon and Motorola take
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Motorola XT1030 and XT1080 hit FCC - Android Authority


Thursday 04th of July 2013 / androidauthority.com.feedsportal.com
Image Source: The Verge Right now is an exciting time for Motorola. The company is finally shedding its past, throwing on a new Google-centric logo and pushing its way towards a new direction. While a large part of that direction centers around the much-hyped Moto X, let’s not forget that there are other phones in the pipeline as well.With that in mind, two new Motorola handsets have now surfaced by way of the FCC, the XT1030 and XT1080. What do we know about these handsets based on the FCC listings? Not a whole lot, other then the phones are packing a ton different of wireless technologies such as Bluetooth 4.0, 802.11ac, WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100, LTE bands 4 and 13 and EVDO Rev A.Considering the presence of the LTE bands supported by the two devices, we can make a pretty safe bet that these phones will be making their way to Verizon Wireless. But what the heck are they? First, let’s remember that this isn't the first time we've seen a Motorola XT10x0 numbered phone.Back in May we reported on the XT1060, which at the time was believed to be associated with the XFON (
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Motorola Droid Maxx image leaks: capacitive buttons and Kevlar


Saturday 06th of July 2013 / androidauthority.com.feedsportal.com
We know that Motorola is gearing up to unleash the Moto X, but that’s not the only device that the Google subsidiary is preparing to unveil this summer. In addition to a low-cost smartphone codenamed DFX, which is aimed at developing markets, Motorola is also continuing its collaboration with Verizon for the Droid line.Previous leaks suggested that Moto and Verizon have in the pipeline the Droid Ultra, Droid Ultra Maxx, and Droid Ultra M. Now @evleaks, the prolific purveyor of inside info, came back and clarified that the actual names of the devices are going to be Droid Ultra, Droid Maxx, and Droid Mini.To clarify: DROID Ultra=XT1080, DROID MAXX=XT1080M, DROID Mini=XT1030, and Moto X=XT1060— @evleaks (@evleaks) July 5, 2013In addition, @evleaks also supplied what may be the first image of the Droid Maxx:Looking at the render, which, according to Android Police, @evleaks thinks is final, it seems that the new line of Droids will not be a major departure from Verizon’s devices from last year. We’re looking at the same Kevlar back, with the aggressive, industrial look that
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