China Telecom to get Moto XT806?

Motorola just keeps pumpin’ them out, don’t they? The Droid X, Charm, Droid 2, and now the XT806, a flip touchscreen device that popped up in a Chinese regulatory website. It has China Telecom’s CDMA2000 bands, so don’t be surprised if it shows up there soon.

The XT806 also packs a 3.6-inch 854 x 480 LCD touchscreen, most likely resistive. It also brings a 600 MHz TI OMAP3430 chip,  microSD expansion, Bluetooth, WLAN, FM radio, and a 5MP camera with a flash and 720p video capabilities to China Telecom. No word on an Android version, but we’ll keep you in the loop if we hear anything.

Anyone excited for this device?

Via Engadget

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    August 13, 12:01 Reply

    i like it,

    android and t-mo and i’ll get one for my wife as she loves flip phones.

  2. theweakend
    August 13, 14:43 Reply

    I don’t get it does this thing have 3 screen or is there a transparent layer on the flipping part?

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