AT&T to offer Motorola Droid Bionic on its LTE Network?

AT&T to offer Motorola Droid Bionic on its LTE Network?

It is very strange to know that Droid Bionic to be available on the AT&T network, but according to a screenshot appeared on intomobile, shows same model number of Verizon’s Motorola Droid Bionic for AT&T. So it is speculated to be heading to AT&T in the future.

The Screenshot also reveals different MotoBlur versions, After probing deeper into the version numbers and trying to figure out which version of MotoBlur was for which device, it turns out that the MB865 is for the Motorola Atrix 4G, and MB860 somehow turns up results of the Motorola Droid Bionic. Further research will show you that Verizon tends to use “XT” for many of their device’s model numbers while “MB” is what AT&T tends to resort to.

However, the possibility of a Droid Bionic variation heading to AT&T should bring excitement to anybody who is up for renewal of their contract in the next few months. There is no any other reliable info regarding to this Smartphone on AT&T, so take this with a grain of salt. Do you think that AT&T will launch it on its LTE network?

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  • Raj Bhatt

    Stop propagating this false information. MB model numbers are not exclusive to AT&T. The VERIZON Droid X and Droid X2 both had MB model numbers.

    Droid X: MB810
    Droid X2: MB 870

    Also, the Bionic is XT875, NOT XT865. The XT865 is the OLD scrapped version of the Bionic,