Motorola to launch the XT800 in more Asian countries as the Moto Glam?

8 Jul

First announced as the Zhisangh in China, Motorola is planning to take its dual-mode EVDO Rev A + GSM Android smartphone XT800 to other Asian countries. Considering that not many people outside China would be able to pronounce Zhisangh, Motorola will launch this device as the Moto Glam, according to a listing at Bluetooth SIG.



Apart from being to handle one CDMA (EVDO Rev A) and one GSM connection simultaneously (yup, it supports dual standby), the XT800 has the same display as the Milestone (3.7 inch, 480×854 pixels), and has the usual connectivity options one would expect from a high-end smartphone – Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5 mm audio jack…



On multimedia front, the XT800 has a 5.0 MP camera with dual-LED flash that can also record videos at 720p HD resolution. Motorola’s official specs for Chinese XT800 indicates that it runs Android 2.0, but we are certain that if it is launched in India, it will at least run Android 2.1.

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  1. Motorola XT800 coming soon to more Asian countries; India? | Androidos.in - July 8, 2010

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  2. Planet Android » Blog Archive » Motorola XT800 coming soon to more Asian countries; India? - July 8, 2010

    […] Motorola will soon be launching its dual-mode EVDO Rev A + GSM Android smartphone XT800 to other Asian countries. Renamed as Motorola Glam will launch with 3.7 inch display bearing 480×854 pixels resolution, 5.0 MP camera and has the usual connectivity options – Wi-Fi, GPS, 3.5 mm audio jack. We can expect an India launch in the near future but no time frame right now. More on device at Motorola Dev page. via […]

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