Unwired View have uncovered an interesting device from Motorola via an image discovered on the Bluetooth SIG website. Indeed, the file-name of the image itself was originally labeled “Greco”, suggesting that this might be the codename for this device. As it is, the official name seems to be the Motorola XT502.
So what does the model number tell us? Well, other devices that follow this naming scheme suggest that that XT502 will be released in China (think Motorola XT701 and Motorola XT800). With that said, we are fully expecting this device to launch elsewhere since it supports both European and North American 3G bands. To be specific, the device offers triband HSPA, working on the 850, 1900, and 2100MHz bands. Wrapping things up, this device will also come with the basics you would expect on a modern day phone, including WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, and AGPS.