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Where is the Moto X+1 FCC filing?

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For the original Moto X and Moto G, Motorola submitted to the FCC about 80 days before the official public announcement/unveiling.

 

The Moto E showed up on the FCC's website sooner, just 33 days before it was announced.

 

Now here we are, knowing with near certainty that Motorola's event scheduled for September 4th, 2014 will announce a new Moto X (among other things).   That's just 13 days from today, and there's still no sign of the new Moto X on the FCC's website.  The previously promised release date (which may be different from the announcement on 9/4) was "the final days of summer", which would be before 9/22.

 

My question is: How unusual is this?  It seems like it's really pushing it based on the recent history of Motorola for the X/G/E, but I haven't really looked to see what companies typically do aside from those 3 instances.

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Apple submits their information to the FCC the same day that they announce their phones. Sometimes other companies announce devices, and then you see the FCC filings later between announcement and launch. Take the Galaxy Alpha. The China Mobile version just received FCC OET approval this week, yet the phone was announced over a week ago.

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Apple submits their information to the FCC the same day that they announce their phones. Sometimes other companies announce devices, and then you see the FCC filings later between announcement and launch. Take the Galaxy Alpha. The China Mobile version just received FCC OET approval this week, yet the phone was announced over a week ago.

 

Interesting.  Thanks for the info!

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