Well, a hearty good morning to you too, FCC. Our favorite gadgety governmental org just approved a quad-band GSM version of Motorola's Maxx v6. Better yet, it supports UMTS in the US with a new 850MHz radio in addition to supporting 2100MHz for Europe -- there's no mention of 1900MHz which might (but not necessarily) make this a single-band HSDPA phone. Otherwise, it looks to have all the same hotness we've already seen -- QVGA display, 50MB of internal memory with a microSD slot for more, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR including A2DP profile support for untethered stereo audio, and a 2 megapixel camera with a second VGA cam under the clam for video conferencing. Now move over Verizon, your CDMA-based MAXX just got competition.

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