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Motorola EX225 and EX226 saunter through FCC like nobody's watching

Zachary Lutz
10.07.11
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Like we said, the Status shouldn't have much to worry about, but Motorola's recently outed Facebook feature phone (along with its less socially aware twin) just passed through the FCC. The obligatory tests reveal support for AT&T's 3G bands, although curiously enough, only the EX225 handles both spectra; the EX226 will connect to Ma Bell's 850MHz band just fine, but not its 1900MHz counterpart. The shame doesn't end there, either, as the Facebook version supports 802.11n, whereas its sibling does not. Who knew Moto would play such a blatant form of favoritism with its own children? At least phones don't have feelings -- we think.

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