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Low-cost Motorola DVX Pays FCC a Visit

After the first rumors about Motorola DVX made the headlines and all the tech publications speculated that it will be a low-cost smartphone, I was more than surprised that it will actually be a budget smartphone the first time I saw its design. Now we get to look at a new set of Motorola DVX leaked photos which were spotted in an FCC filling.

It looks like the rumors were accurate after all and that Motorola will indeed develop a cheap alternative to Moto X. For the time being the low-cost handset is known as Motorola DVX and you can admire its front and rear bellow.

Reddit user danrant was the one who found the Moto DVX photos in the updated FCC filling, saying that the actual reason for the update was “hearing aid compatibility tests.”

The FCC photo reveals that the Motorola DVX is a reminiscent of the Moto X, but it looks like it will come with a slightly smaller display sized 4.3 or 4.5 inches diagonally.

The documents also indicate that the Motorola DVX is certified for the GSM 850 / 1900 bands and that, unfortunately, it will not be compatible with the LTE networks. Other sources say that the low-cost DVX will indeed be a cheap smartphone, priced below $200 off-contract.

Anyway, even though we’ve had a lot of Motorola DVX leaks and now even an official FCC filling, which even talks about voice comands or audio feedback, the technical specifications of the affordable handset are yet unknown.

Would you be tempted to purchase the Motorola DVX if it borrows some of Moto X’s software features like always-on voice commands or Motorola Assist?

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