T-Mobile Flavored Motoroi Spied at FCC

Here comes another high end Android phone from Motorola.  Unlike in the past where every high end Motorola phone goes to Verizon, this time T-Mobile gets the love. Looking every bit like a MOTOROI, the MB710 has been found in FCC documents with multiple references to T-Mobile and their services. Assuming this phone is built similarly to the MOTOROI, we could be looking forward to a 3.7-inch touch display, an 8-megapixel camera with Xenon flash, and support for WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and more. Although the documents don’t call out the processor and memory, we imagine they will be (close to) the same with a TI OMAP3430 600 MHz processor as well as 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM.

So which code name is this device going to be? Jordan? Begonia?

Source: PhoneScoop

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7 Comments

  1. @dustin_aka_D
    July 07, 19:16 Reply

    cut it out with the begoinia. It's beyond. Throw it in PS or gimp and sharpen…it says beyond

  2. @MagnEgo
    July 07, 19:26 Reply

    But Begonia sounds foreign and exotic!

  3. Terran
    July 07, 15:41 Reply

    Is that Android 1.5 in the screenshot?

    • Brodie
      July 15, 19:22 Reply

      That's what I was saying. Android 1.5 is too outdated!

  4. yohan
    July 08, 07:25 Reply

    wow cool, thanks for the information :)

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