by Michael Oryl, 3 years ago
The website that Verizon has launched for its new Android 2.0 (Eclair) based smartphone, the Motorola Droid, might be a bit cryptic, but it does appear to suggest that the new handset will be announced…
If you live in South Korea, you’re in luck. The new Motorola Titanium is set to be Motorola’s second Android offering in the coutry and is alledged to run Android 2.0. The Motorola Titanium is also known as the Moto XT800, available in China already. Check out our video of the device from our sister website, MobileBurn.com
The XT800 is not quite as high spec as the MOTOROI, Motorola’s first South Korean offering. However, it will come in two flavors, XT800C and XT800W, whereby the former is a 2G CDMA handset and the latter offers UMTS. Set for release on SK Telecom, the device packs a 480 x 854 pixel touchscreen display, WiFi, 3.5mm headset jack along with a 5MP autofocus camera with D1 video recording. In truth, there is nothing super-special about the hardware specifictions and it would certainly look as though Motorola are taking a stride into the mass market with the launch of this device.
[Via Smartphone Now] (Translated)