Tuesday, 2 February 2010

Motorola MT710 OPhone Announced for a China Mobile Debut MT710 OPhone with 3.7" Touchscreen, Wi-Fi & TD-SCDMA Support

Although busy promoting and selling their flagship Droid handset in the
US, Motorola is not neglecting other important markets either as today
we just learned that the telecom giant has announced that the new
Motorola MT710 — their first OPhone mobile so far, will debut soon
on China Mobile.
For those who don't know it, the new Motorola MT710 OPhone runs on
China's open mobile operating system based on Google's Android. It
features a 3.7-inch touchscreen (multi-touch actually) with WVGA (845 x
480) resolution, has Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G support for the local
TD-SCDMA network along with CMMB support for China s mobile TV.
Rumors have it that Motorola is going to introduce up to seven new
Android models in China in 2010, but for now the Chinese market will
have to settle with the yummy-looking Motorola MT710 OPhone. Too bad
there's no official word regarding price or availability, but since the
MT710 is some sort of an iPhone competitor, we'll have to assume they'll
attach a more than reasonable price tag to it.
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