Motorola Sage Spotted in FCC files; Headed To AT&T?

August 3, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A new handset from Motorola called Sage, has been found to be undergoing testing, as per FCC files. The phone has also been rumored to become available on AT&T’s network.

The FCC documentation reveals that the handset will be able to connect to 7.2 Mbps HSDPA networks as well as 2 Mbps HSUPA 3G networks through the 850 MHz and 1900 MHz bands that are present in North America. Quadband EDGE, Blutooth and WiFi features will also be present on the phone.

The device has also been revealed to run on the Android platform and is said to feature version 2.1 of the popular mobile operating system from Google, when it finally becomes available for sale.

A blurry image of the phone, which has a physical QWERTY keyboard that slides out from beneath its 3.1-inch touchscreen was also found on the Bluetooth SIG listing. AT&T has been rumored to be the carrier for the Motorola Sage as it features all the bands listed for the phone. However, the device could also roll out first from carriers in Canada such as Bell and Rogers, which have the same required bands on their network as well.

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