Samsung Galaxy S III’s arrival in the United States created a firestorm of attention so now it was Motorola’s turn to create some noise in the China market. Motorola, a telecommunications company, now a part of the Google venture quietly showcased a set of beautiful Motorola DROID RAZR-esque devices at a MOTO China event.
In the picture above what you see to the left is XT885 for China Unicom, the XT889 for China Telecom in the center, and the MT887 for China Mobile on the right. The phones seem to be mid-end phones from Motorola and if you take a closer look at the devices you will notice other than the network types and small differences, you are mostly looking at the same device.
Motorola DROID RAZR-esque devices
Motorola MT887 is a customized product by China Mobile that is equipped with a 4.3-inch multi-touch screen with 540X960 display. The phone houses an 8MP camera at its back, capable of capturing some good quality photos in the dark with LED flash. Also, it supports full HD 1080P video recording and has 1 GB high Ram capacity.
Looks wise, Motorola MT 887 appears thin. It has a thickness of 8.35 mm only. Under the hood, you will find the 3300mAh battery and a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor. Mt887 is powered by Android’s latest OS – IceCream Sandwich. Apart from all this, you will notice virtual touch keys instead of physical touch buttons.
Specifications of the other 2 phones i.e. Motorola XT885 and XT889 are not available yet however, you can expect them to have more or less same hardware configuration. Also, there are no US launch details available with us right now. The trio will arrive in China on June 2nd.
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