MB865 in AT&T computer system
Blake over at intomobile ran across something interesting as hell. Have a read if you haven't AT&T getting its own version of the Motorola Droid Bionic?
Of course it got us digging around to see what we could see, and I ran across this:
Motorola Atrix user guide (.pdf from Motorola)
Open it, and look closely at page 49. The "device name" for the Atrix BT connection is MB865
This could all be a series of typos. I can't make sense of it, and rather than just guess, I throw it out to you guys to dissectಠ_ಠ
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Re: MB865 in AT&T computer system
Jerry. Its page 47 on my PC. :P
I wouldn't look to much into it. Verizon will definitely have exclusivity on the DROID BIONIC. And the new DROID BIONIC's model number is XT875. Not 865 anymore.
So this is either just a upgraded Atrix, or some other random thing. But not the DROID BIONIC.
- 08-23-2011, 06:18 PM #7
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Searching for it on Google states it's an LTE Atrix for ATT. Lol, Bionic on the different carriers. Why not just call it the Motorola Phonix.(PHOton, bioNIc, atriX)
PS I'm really bummed right now. I was under the impression that this phone was the exclusive flagship of epic proportion destined for Verizon only kind of phone. Not a fancy spin like the naming conventions Sammy did with the Galaxy S. :_( anyone else feel the same?
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- 08-24-2011, 12:55 AM #12