Motorola DROID 4 hits the FCC with LTE, induction charging, on its way to Verizon
Today a device from Motorola known by the FCC ID: IHDP56MN1 made an appearance on the FCC. Update: It now appears that this is the DROID 4 – which sports a non-removable battery, just like the DROID RAZR. The DROID 4’s battery has the model number SNN5905A, while the DROID RAZR’s battery has the model number SNN5899A. FCC filings also show that the DROID 4 will have an optional inductive charging door. FCC exhibits even show that the device was tested using a Wireless Charging Pad from LG, model number WCP-700.
The DROID 4 won approval for Verizon’ CDMA and LTE bands. However, the device also hides GSM and WCDMA capabilities that can be firmware unlocked. Motorola will likely release an unlocked version of the DROID 4 after the device is launched on Verizon – the company used the same type of release with the DROID RAZR.
The DROID 4 sports a 4-inch qHD display, 1.2GHz processor, 8MP camera and LTE. It’s expected to launch in December, with possible launch dates including December 8th and the 22nd.