updated 03:50 pm EDT, Mon October 24, 2011
Motorola RAZR with AT&T, Rogers 3G spotted at FCC
Newly discovered FCC documents for the Droid RAZR indicate a future version of the international version, known as the RAZR, with support for GSM 850/1900MHz and WCDMA 3G bands. This could mean the device may arrive at a number of new carriers other than just Verizon, including AT&T, Rogers, and a number of Australian and Canadian carriers. The FCC's documents mention of the unique model number for the battery, SNN5899A, that only the new smartphone uses.
The battery is hidden behind a cover that is not meant to be user-removable, so it needed to be wider and flatter than any used in Motorola's Android phones before it.
If the handset indeed is offered at carriers other than Verizon, it will likely just use the ordinary RAZR name, as Droid is Verizon's branding. [via Wireless Goodness]