Those three mystery Android devices that kept appearing over the past few weeks have finally been given a name and a destination. The trio include the MT710, the XT701 and the XT800 and all three are slated for launch in China in early 2010. Each handset will land at a different carrier with the MT710 headed to China Mobile as part of its OPhone platform, the XT701 headed to China Unicom, and the XT800 headed to China Telecom. With their 3.7 inch, 854×480 touchscreen displays and 5MP cameras, these handsets are on the fast track to success. Hit the jump…

So, there are a number of large mobile phone operators out in China. After all, it is a big place. Consider China Unicom, China Mobile and China Telecom the AT&T, Sprint and Verizon of China. China Unicom is soon to offer the iPhone, while it has long been known that China Mobile will be pushing the OPhone running on a tweaked version of Android dubbed Open Mobile System. But now, thrown into the mix, is China Telecom, who will be offering the CPhone. The CPhone runs on a version of Android tweaked by a company called Access. Each one has…