Looking for a tiny Android smartphone to suit your needs? Meet the Motorola XT560, a lower handset running Google’s mobile OS that seems to borrow from the design of the Motorola Photon 4G model on Sprint. This device should hit Europe and the rest of the world soon.


Moto XT560 was confirmed by the FCC last week and the image here was sent to androidgreed by a tipster. The source couldn’t say where he got the image, so there’s no way to tell if this is a genuine shot or not. It may end up being an entirely different phone, still a smaller one with lower end specs. The Motorola XT560 comes with a HVGA display with unknown diagonal size, HSDPA 850/1900 MHz, WiFi and Bluetooth. At the back there’s a 3 megapixel camera at the back, also a front facing camera present here, a microSD card slot and the brain of the new Moto newcomer is a 800 MHz CPU.

The processor is made by Qualcomm and it helps run Android 2.3 Gingerbread, probably with some minor customizations. I can’t help but think that this handset is somewhat a rival for an Xperia Mini unit, so maybe it also has some customization that fits Android 2.3 to the smaller screen like the 4 screen corner icons on the Xperia Minis…

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