Last year, after Motorola brought the EX128 before the FCC, it was unable to tempt AT&T with its dual-SIM feature-phone -- which ultimately found a home in India. A similar fate befell the EX115, another dual-SIM offering that picked up its toys and went to Brazil. Now, Moto is once again pushing the EX lineup in Ma Bell's direction, where the EX118 and EX119 recently received FCC approval. Interestingly, the only difference between the two handsets is the SIM -- the 118 has one, and the 119 has two -- which sadly gives AT&T an opportunity to grab the device while passing on its most desirable feature. Considering Motorola's prior luck in convincing the carrier, those really intent on handling AT&T and T-Mobile in one phone are better off scouring eBay... or waiting for the merger to complete.