Moto has just made official 3 brand new Android phones heading for China, the Sholes aka Motorola XT701, Motorola XT800 and MT710. All 3 smartphones pack 3.7 inch displays with 854 x 480 pixels resolution, just like the Droid. The most uninteresting of them is certainly the MT710, since it only supports China’s TD-SCDMA connectivity standard.


This means you won’t be seeing the phone in Europe or the States…


Moto Sholes XT701 comes with WCDMA/HSDPA connectivity, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, Xenon flash, a CortexTM A8 quad core processor, capable of multitasking, a gravity sensor, infrared proximity sensors and an ambient light sensor. Sholes’ specs list also includes GPS, WiFi, video capture, a microSDHC card slot (32GB max), FM stereo FM radio, USB 2.0 connectivity and Bluetooth 2.1.


Motorola XT800 runs Android 2.0 and uses the full suite of Google apps, plus it supports CDMA/EVDO connectivity and GSM dual network. There’s also a HDMI  720p output on board, a 5 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, a Cortex TM A8 multi core processor, GPS and a microSD card slot.

XT701 is headed to China Unicom for now, while the MT710 will hit China Mobile and the XT800 China Telecom.


[via slashgear]

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