In case you were wondering, Motorola has the Milestone 2 too!

31 Jul

Motorola A953 Milestone 2With so many leaks related to Motorola’s Droid 2 taking place, we couldn’t help but wonder what about the Milestone 2 – the GSM version of the Droid 2, which will take over from the Milestone. It would seem but natural for Motorola to launch a GSM variant for markets other than the US but there is nothing that we have seen so far to indicate its existence. Until today, that is.



We have found the first ‘official’ mention of the Milestone 2 in the form of a Wi-Fi certification for the Motorola A953. If you’d remember, the Milestone was the A853 and the Droid 2 is the A955 (the Droid was the A855). The specs for the Milestone 2 should be similar to the Droid 2, so we can expect a 700 MHz processor (probably 720 MHz like the XT720), a 3.7 inch display, a 5.0 MP shooter and 8 GB of internal memory. Of course, the Milestone 2 should also be getting a revamped QWERTY keypad as well as a curvy look, as we have seen in the leaked Droid 2 photos as well as a video (embedded below).



The specs might look dated, especially when compared to the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S. However, when it comes to performance, we still prefer using the Milestone as our workhorse. In all probability, the Milestone 2 will be launched with Android 2.2 (Froyo) on board.



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