Motorola Droid RAZR passes through the FCC sporting LTE, CDMA, and GSM radios

Motorola was able to keep the Droid RAZR’s FCC filling a secret. Right after Motorola announced the “world’s thinnest phone“, the Motorola Droid RAZR received FCC approval. The Motorola Droid RAZR that made its way through the FCC had a surprise in it that could make many people very happy, if true.

Besides having the usual Verizon Wireless 4G LTE bands and CDMA 800/1900 support, the Droid RAZR also comes with support for GSM and WCDMA connectivity. In addition, the FCC documents specifically state that “this device supports voice call functionality over GSM and WCDMA on non-US cellular networks”.

If the Droid RAZR is indeed a global device, this will make it the first 4G LTE world phone on Verizon’s network. Why would Motorola leave out this important feature from their announcement today? It makes us wonder. I guess we’ll find out more soon enough.

If you want to read all the technical documents, you’re more than welcome to head over to the FCC.

Source: FCC, via Engadget