Motorola MT710 Android phone heading for China Mobile
A new report from IDG states that Motorola will be pushing its Motorola MT710 Android smartphone to China as an initial unit along with other upcoming Motorola Android devices. The Motorola MT710 will be a keyboardless version of the popular Verizon Motorola DROID and will be offered by China Mobile as part of their OPhone Android lineup featuring phones that runs Android customized by the carrier itself.
Meanwhile, the Motorola MT710 Android smartphone packs along a large 3.7 –inch capacitive touch screen display together with a 5 megapixel camera. It supports WiFi which is newly provisioned under China’s new WiFi protocol and pulls down data at 3G speeds. The China Mobile Motorola MT710 Android smartphone will apparently sport the carrier’s TD-SCDMA network.
Once this launch became a success, it would be a good start for Motorola’s aim to acquire almost 510 million wireless subscribers of China Mobile. This launch could also mean a slate-style DROID variant for the US market in the coming days.