Motorola XT502 (Greco) Shows Up in Bluetooth SIG


Unwired View has uncovered a device being named the Motorola XT502, with its retail name being dubbed the “Greco”. The phone showed up by way of the Bluetooth SIG who was gracious enough to give an initial (and blurry) photo of the phone.


It’s a full touchscreen device with quad-band GSM, tri-band UMTS, Wifi, GPS, Bluetooth, and USB. You’ll also be getting a 3.5mm headset jack with a camera on the back (there looks to be flash for the camera, but we can’t really tell from this shot). It also looks to be running a pre-Froyo version of Android (as we can deduct from this early snapshot) but anything can change.

Initially, the phone is expected to launch in China due to its model number, but it also has data bands for carriers in both North America (AT&T compatible) and Europe.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Looks okay.
    Will wait for more information.

  2. Motorola Greco looks really mid-range :(

  3. CyanogenMod Rom 2.2 for XT502 for download in boston-mania.blogspot.com

    Rom 2.3 coming soon…

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