The rumored Google X Phone has been confirmed for a release on Sprint’s networks, but not by Google. Rather, a filing with the Federal Communications Commission confirms that Google’s X Phone will be coming to Sprint later this year.
According to the filing, the Sprint phone will be model number XT1056 and will support LTE Band 25, NFC, 5G Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. Additionally, previous FCC filings confirmed that the device will be coming to AT&T under the model number XT1058. Google and Motorola should make an official announcement of the phone later this year.
Previous rumors indicated that the device will also feature a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor and a stock version of Android. Initial reports showed the handset would not include support for CDMA radios, however, new leaks indicate that a CDMA version of the X Phone is in the works sporting the model number XT1060.