Milestone XT720 Spec Sheet Changes Yet Again

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A few weeks ago we saw the Motorola Milestone XT720 see an increase in clock speed up to 720MHz, giving it the extra bit of zip it would need to handle the heavy multimedia focus it has been given. Now the spec sheet for the XT720 has changed yet again, in a case of what is looking more like poor information management rather than actual shifts in the device’s hardware. The XT720 is now listed as having “up to 720MHz” pumping out of its TI OMAP 3440 processor. At the same time the RAM drops down to 256MB after it looked like the handset would get 512MB. We highly doubt Moto is really tinkering around too much with hardware this late in the game, but the changes that keep getting made aren’t doing much to clear up any confusion about this phone’s internals.

[via Engadget]

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  • jim

    Doesn’t even have the power to run Gingerbread, according to Google. So this thing will be outdated a few months after release :-\

  • jim

    Doesn’t even have the power to run Gingerbread, according to Google. So this thing will be outdated a few months after release :-\

  • Paul

    But it does have a xenon flash. If froyo I want for the speed

  • JAG

    Whats the idea?

    I was supposed to buy this phone, but now Ill have to wait for DROID X (GSM version to come to latino america or europe)

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheTechnophilia TheTechnophilia

    I bet Tmobile buy this for their network. LoL. I’m leaving their crappy carrier! Their network signal switch more times than a bi-sexual! “No-Homo”. All day I’m seeing “2G then 3G, minute later 2G then 3G, another 2 minutes it get my hopes up “OH there it is its staying on 3G!… damn 2G!”.

  • Cebwizz

    I think they should give that phone more good spec because it look nicer than a lot of the other phones, if only it has 1Ghz, 2Go+ ROM,512mb-1Ghz RAM with that cam and other spec i would go for it right now.