The Motorola DVX is slated to be the low cost variant of the Moto X smartphone, catered towards Asian and European markets. We’ve heard quite a lot about this smartphone from numerous leaks, so we know a thing or two about it. The smartphone has now knocked on FCC’s doors again and has some pictures that come along with it. The FCC listing reveals that the smartphone comes with support for GSM 850/1900 MHz bands, meaning it doesn’t contain 4G LTE support in the U.S.
The design of the smartphone is pretty similar to the original Moto X as it features the same body and build quality. But the speaker grill seems to be placed on the left while the Moto X has it on the right. There’s also a Motorola logo placed on the front of the smartphone. Everything else seems very identical to the Moto X, so we’re guessing most of the hardware will be too. A few days ago we reported about the possibility of the Motorola DVX launching on American carrier Republic Wireless next month.
Source: FCC, Reddit
Via: Android Police