In an article over at given to us by our friend Kenneth Pennington, some new pics and info have surfaced about another upcoming Motorola handset, the Greco.

A couple of interesting developments have come to light about this handset.  First, it is going to China, and not AT&T as we’d heard before. Second, it will not have Motoblur installed.  Instead, it will have a vanilla install of Android 2.1.  This falls in line with  rumors that Motoblur may be on the way out, which I know will make many people, including our own Scotty Brown, pretty happy.


The specs for the Greco are as follows:

  • 3.2″ HVGA TFT screen (480 x 320)
  • Android 2.1 without Moto Blur skin
  • 5-megapixel camera w/ LED flash and auto-focus
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • GPS, A-GPS navigation
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • MicroUSB and microSD
  • Trackball
  • 1230mAh Lithium Battery

There is no info on processor or on-board storage, but it looks to b a good mid-level device.  No word if the handset will also come to America or Europe yet.  Is this handset the beginning of the end of Motoblur?  We shall see!

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