Looks like it might be if you can believe what just passed through the FCC. According to Wireless Goodness a device identified as the IHDT56MF2 just won FCC approval and according to them, it could very well be the a GSM (AT&T) version of the Motorola Droid 3.
But how do we know it’s a Droid 3? Well, when looking at test reports for the device, the device packing the same qHD display, 16GB of internal storage and many of the same specs found in the Droid 3. Also worth mentioning, the IHDT56MF2 is using the same SNN5885A battery not found in any other Motorola product except the — you guessed it, the Droid 3.
As far as carrier destination goes, the device is supporting the same GSM and WCDMA bands as AT&T’s network making it foggy if what we’re seeing is a overseas Droid 3 or something that will hit stateside on AT&T.
The Verizon version of the Droid 3 wont see an official release until the 14th and it wouldn’t be too far fetched to imagine this could very well be the Motorola Milestone 3. Lately, we’ve started seeing Motorola release different versions of their phones on multiple carriers so if this qwerty packing dual core ever hits Sprint, you better believe I’ll be all over it.
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