Usually devices headed to the Chinese market do little to excite us with low-powered specs and poor implementations of the Android OS, but a new phone from Motorola just dropped that is sure to make any smartphone fan jealous. The MOTO XT882 provides a triple threat as a dual-core, dual-mode, dual-standby handset based around hardware that roughly mimics that of the Motorola Atrix 4G.
The Android 2.3 XT882 features a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 CPU clocked at 1GHz, 8GB of internal storage, an 8MP camera, and 4-inch qHD display. The real kicker is the phone’s dual GSM/CDMA and dual-SIM support, which will have you covered just about anywhere you’d want to go with this phone. Those features were absent from the Atrix, but might they make an appearance within the Droid Bionic? Verizon has been on a bit of a world phone kick lately.
Sadly, you won’t be able to pick up the XT882, but you might not mind that after reading the price tag. $830 is the price to play.
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