Motorola seems to have done enough this summer by launching the hot Droid 2 smartphone, but it doesn’t stop here. Apparently, the US company has a couple more Android handsets to deliver this month and the next, like the XT806 flip handset recently pictured on a Chinese website.
Moto XT806 surfaced on a Chinese regulatory site and we learn that it works in CDMA2000 networks and it could be part of the MING series. Its primary appeal is the Chinese handwritting input support, thanks to the 3.6 inch 854 x 480 LCD display, that’s most likely resistive.
On the hardware side, the handset sports a 600MHz TI OMAP3430 chip, a microSD card slot, FM radio, Bluetooth, WLAN and a 5 megapixel camera with 720p video capture support.