Motorola MT710 to run OMS platform in China

November 13, 2009
Motorola MT710

Motorola MT710

Out in China, Android is getting ripped apart and resealed with special Asian ingredients that when combined create the OPhone OMS platform; an Android based customized mobile OS with a UI similar to the iPhone. Who would have thought that Dell and now Motorola are hopping on the bang-wagon?

Say hello to the Motorola MT710 OPhone, as advertised on China Mobile. Although second in line to Lenovo to use the OS, this device certainly looks nice. Sporting a 3.7-inch WVGA (845x480px) touchscreen that may be capable of offering multi-touch support, we think it will grab quite a lot of attention. There are the usual connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, and the device will support the local TD-SCDMA network along with MMB support for China’s mobile TV. The device will also be backwards compatible with GSM / GPRS / EDGE technology.

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