New Motorola Ming Phones Are Powered by Android

Written by Kenson. Filed under Android, Motorola

Ming A1680, MT810, XT806

Motorola Ming, which is designed exclusively for China market, today get 3 new phones joining the series. The new phones are Ming A1680 (aka Moto Lucky 3G), MT810 (aka Moto Beihai), and XT806 (aka Moto Qilin), all powered by Google Android operating system. Let’s take a look at the features and specs below.

Launched by China Unicom, the Motorola A1680 (Moto Lucky 3G) comes equipped with a 3.1-inch AMOLED display, 5-megapixel digital camera, access to Motorola SHOP4APPS , WAPI, Wi-Fi, GPS, and “a sixth-generation SoftStylus handwriting system” that is designed to speed up handwriting in Chinese characters.

The Motorola MT810 (Moto Beihai) is a touch screen phone with 3.2-inch, mobile TV support, TD-SCDMA, 720 HD video playback, a suite of business apps, and HD video recording (720 x 480). The MT810 is powered by by Ophone 2.0, an OS that bases on Google Android, but is modified for local China market.

Launched by China Telecom, the Motorola XT806 (Qilin) features 3.2-inch touch sensitive display, CDMA/EVDO and GSM connectivity, a, GPS, and an HD (720p) video recording.
Lastly, the China Unicom’s Motorola A1680 (also known as Moto Lucky 3G) comes jam packed with a 3.1-inch AMOLED display, WAPI, Wi-Fi, GPS, “a sixth-generation SoftStylus handwriting system”, access to Motorola SHOP4APPS, and a 5MP camera.

One Response to “New Motorola Ming Phones Are Powered by Android”

  1. Lerato Says:

    Dave PIn what sense do you mean WAY beettr’ I can’t to find the slot for my SIM card ??


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