Motorola Launches MILESTONETM XT800, India’s First Android Powered, Dual-SIM (CDMA + GSM) Smartphone

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Motorola Launches MILESTONETM XT800, India’s First Android Powered, Dual-SIM (CDMA + GSM) Smartphone

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Motorola Mobility India Private Limited yesterday launched MILESTONETM XT800, India’s first AndroidTM-powered CDMA EVDO/GSM dual standby mode/dual SIM touch screen smartphone that allows the user to choose the network. It also has WiFi/WAPI1 and world phone1 capability.This device, however, runs Android 2.1. Hopefully, 2.2 in the near future.


Key Specifications Include

  • 5MP camera with digital-zoom, autofocus, dual LED flash
  • Android 2.1 platform with pinch to zoom capacitive touch display
  • SMS, MMS, email (corporate email exchange , POP3/IMAP embedded, push email)
  • USB 2.0 high-speed data transfer2, with support for synchronization with PCs
  • Bluetooth1&3 2.0+EDR high-speed transmission and wireless Bluetooth stereo
  • Assisted GPS satellite navigation1&2 supporting Google Maps
  • Support for viewing and editing documents in Word/Excel/PowerPoint/PDF and Zip formats
  • Memory is expandable up to 32GB; 2GB SD card in-box
  • e-Compass1
  • Video capture/playback/streaming, HDMI (720p) output to high-definition devices
  • Supports several music formats: H.263, H.264, MPEG4
  • Supports multiple audio formats: AAC, ACC+, MP3, CMX, AMR NB, AMR WB, MIDI, WAV and WMA 9.

“We have specially designed the MILESTONE XT800 to provide infotainment-on-the-go for consumers who want a device that matches the demands of an hectic lifestyle like that of a senior professional,” said Faisal Siddiqui, country head for India, Motorola Mobility. “We believe in bringing the power of Android closer to the Indian consumer–stylish and unique form factors, innovative and compelling features and, experiences that offer greater flexibility and ease of use. MILESTONE XT800 delivers on all this and much, much more!”.”

MRP of Rs 31,999. It comes with an HDMI cable for TV output and a 2GB micro SD card in-box.

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