You should know by now that OPhone is the Chinese customized version of Android offered by China Mobile and it’s hit quite a few popular devices, specially made by Dell and Lenovo. Now, Motorola is getting ready to launch an OPhone handset, dubbed Zhiling or the MT710.
Said phone will hit the Chinese market on December 28th, supporting China Mobile’s 3G standard (TD-SCDMA), Wi-Fi and packing a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, color effects, dual LED flash and video recording. On board of the handset you’ll find a 3.7 inch FWVGA screen, with a 480 x 854 pixels resolution, plus 256MB of RAM and 256MB of Flash ROM.
The specs list also includes a Marvell PXA310 624 MHz CPU, a microSDHC card slot, an accelerometer, virtual keyboard, GPS and 3.5mm audio jack. Some say that Motorola Zhiling resembles Moto Droid, except for the fact that it doesn’t pack a physical QWERTY keyboard.