Remember the Motorola XT502, a.k.a. Greco, that the Bluetooth SIG outed a little over a month ago? The device was just spotted again, this time waltzing through the FCC. A look at the test documents included reveals that the handset will be marketed as the Quench XT3 and XT5, but it's unclear what the difference between the two will be. If your memory is a little hazy about the Greco, here's a refresher: quad-band GSM, Android, full touchscreen, Wi-Fi, and all of the other features we've come to expect in a phone today. The Quench is actually the international name for what we in the U.S. know as the CLIQ XT, so it's safe to assume we're looking at that device's replacement. This new Quench has WCDMA bands II and IV, though, meaning it's AT&T-compatible. There's not much more information to gain right now, but we'll be sure to keep you updated as we learn more.
It's good to hear that this device is heading to AT&T since they desperately need to keep building their Android lineup. Still, this device is looking like it's of the mid-range variety, which is kind of disappointing. AT&T needs to bring some high-end Android phones to their network rather than continually releasing low and mid-range handsets. Sure, they have the Nexus One, but it's not like most mainstream users have any idea that that phone even exists since you can only buy it from Google. Come on, AT&T! We have faith in you!