An unknown device only referred to as a Motorola Touch Computer has been spotted at the FCC. The device has the model name TC55AH. Several specifications of the device are revealed by the listing. Such information contains clues that the device in question is a smartphone that is potentially headed to AT&T. Among these specifications are support for LTE bands 2, 4, 5, and 17, as well as GSM850 and 1900. This, according to Droid-Life, could be a hint that this is an AT&T device. Furthermore, the Motorola Touch Computer supports NFC as well as Bluetooth.
Adding to the list is Android 4.1.2, which is an older build of the operating system. However, as Droid-Life notes, the FCC test for the device was scheduled in July, which could explain why a newer build is not present on the leaked information.
The same listing shows that there will be two battery sizes available for the device. One has a capacity of 2940mAh whereas the other has 4410mAh. Droid-Life points out that the Motorola Droid Ultra has a 2130mAh battery. Meanwhile, the Motorola Droid MAXX has 3500mAh. Thus, the mystery device could be a variant of the Droid Ultra and the Droid MAXX with improved batteries.
The listing shows that the device measures 138 x 70mm, and 153.8mm diagonally. For comparison, the new LG Nexus device is expected to measure 131.9 x 68.2mm, and 145.7mm diagonally. The Motorola device is only slightly larger than the Nexus 5, which could be another hint that the device is a smartphone and not a tablet.
Lastly, the listing comes with a diagram of the device, showing its rear panel with an off-center camera. In contrast, however, the Droid Ultra and the Droid MAXX
Despite the lack of clearer information, this appears to be an interesting device, particularly because of the 4410mAh battery. It would be recalled that Motorola estimated the 3500mAh battery on the Droid Maxx to provide enough juice for 48 hours, so a device with a 4410mAh battery would have enough for over two days’ usage. Rest assured that we will bring you more updates on the Motorola Touch Computer as they arrive.