Mystery Motorola 4027 appears at FCC
A new Motorola smartphone has recently passed through the FCC, bearing the mysterious model number 4027. As confirmed by the agency’s documentation, the phone operates on HSPA and GSM frequencies. There are also typical connectivity options on board, including GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 LE and WiFi. However, mentions on 4G LTE aren’t found anywhere in the papers.
FCC filing says that the Motorola 4027 is 141.7mm tall and 71mm wide, with 149 (5.87) mm diagonal size. Its dimension is enough to accommodate up to 5-inch display. FCC stated that the 4-27 has removable battery, so it probably also has detachable rear-cover. There’s no information on the operating system; but it is probably another Android device. Also, because the phone lacks 4G LTE connectivity, we could speculate that it may not be the much rumored Motorola Moto X+1.
Throughout much of 2014, the company has been fairly quiet and it should be the time when we could expect to get something new from it. Motorola has bene acquired by the China-based Lenovo and the 4027 is probably another entry-level handset, similar to the earlier Moto E and Moto G. No matter what the phone is, it’s always nice to see that Motorola is preparing to provide us with another smartphone model.