Motorola Milestone X Going to Bluegrass Cellular


Kentucky-based carrier Bluegrass Cellular has revealed plans to carry the Motorola Milestone X – the generic name for the Verizon Wireless counterpart, the Motorola DROID X. The phone is listed as running Android 2.1, but other features remain identical to the version available for Verizon.

While the name might get some Europeans excited for an eventual release, Bluegrass is a CDMA based carrier – importing this one won’t be an option, and a release in those countries isn’t likely with the onslaught of next generation devices coming from Motorola. If you’re in Kentucky and aren’t fond of Verizon, you might want to give this phone a shot – we hear it’s pretty damn good. Image courtesy of Android Central. [Bluegrass] [Thanks, Nathan and Noah!]

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. :(

    Would have loved a GSM version. Same goes for the Droid Pro tbh.

  2. Droid Pro is GSM and CDMA. It has the 850/1900/2100 3G bands

  3. I would love a droid x with gsm :(

  4. Why no DROID X GSM?

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