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Motorola IHDT56UC1 (Moto X 2015(?))


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New Motorola smartphone (Sprint compatible) passes through the FCC. Looks like a large device. 

 

Dimensions

153.6 mm x 75.3 mm (161.8 mm diagonal)

6.05" x 2.97" (6.37" diagonal)

 

US LTE Bands

2 4 5 12 13 17 25 26 41

 

LTE Carrier Aggregation Pairs:

2/4+2/4/5/12/13/17

5/12/13+2/4

17+2

41+41

 

Other Features

VoLTE

VoWiFi 

Turbo Charging

 

FCC docs

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Another giant phone...why must phones keep getting bigger!!!?

 

Sent from my M8

Because it's an obsession for the biggest phablet!

 

 

Sent from Josh's iPhone 6+ using Tapatalk

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6.4" display.. damn.. big phablet or a small tablet. 

 

That is the full handset diagonal, not the display diagonal.  All told, this handset is about 5 mm smaller in both length and width than the Nexus 6.

 

Or, to put it in another perspective, it is about 10 mm longer and 3 mm wider than the 2014 Moto X.

 

AJ

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