Is the Motorola IHDP56KZ2 the Droid for AT&T?
Motorola passed a device with the FCC ID IHDP56KZ2 through the FCC today. The device features quad band GSM, WCDMA bands I, II and V, Bluetooth, b/g WiFi and GPS.
RF reports show that the battery on the IHDP56KZ2 is the same battery used on the Motorola Droid for Verizon. As you can see above, the top image shows the IHDP56KZ2 with the SNN5843A battery, while the bottom image shows the Droid (FCC ID IHDP56KC1) with the same battery. This, combined with the IHDP56KZ2’s support for AT&T WCDMA bands suggests that we may be looking at a version of the Droid for AT&T. We also can’t help but notice the similarity between the FCC IDs on these two devices.
Before we get ahead of ourselves, we must also note the the Motorola CLIQ uses the same SNN5843A battery as the Droid. However, the CLIQ already supports quad band GSM and WCDMA bands I, IV and VIII, and we think it’s unlikely that Motorola would release a new version of the CLIQ just to support WCDMA bands II and V.
We’ll keep you updated as we learn more – in the meantime our fingers are crossed in hopes that this is a new Droid for AT&T.