The highly-anticipated X Phone from Google and Motorola may see a release on Verizon and Sprint’s networks later this year, despite initial reports indicating otherwise.
An FCC filing for a device with the codename Motorola XT1058 originally showed that it would support AT&T’s LTE and HSPA+ networks, but would not include CDMA radios. A new leak, however, indicates that there may be a separate CDMA model in the works for Verizon and Sprint’s networks.
Droid-Life got its hands on a configuration file that is supposedly from a Motorola USB driver, and it references a device codenamed XT1060 with a Snapdragon 4 Pro processor and support for CDMA networks. The file does not specify, however, whether the phone will be compatible with both Verizon and Sprint or only one of the CDMA carriers.