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Droid 3 Comes To China Sporting New “Milestone 3″ Title

June 17, 2021 | Maddy Rowe

The new Droid 3 has just been officially announced for release in China, but will be referred to with its new name of the “Milestone 3.” The news came from China’s Telecom CDMA Summit along with the e-Surfing 3 Handset Trade Fair. Model XT883 will be seen just in China for the time being but presumably it will release in other countries including the US.

We have to say on looking at the specifications, the new Motorola is definitely a match for the Samsung Galaxy S2 amongst other big names. As well as the Droid 3, the huge tech company are also due to be releasing the improved Bionic and at the end of August the Proton 4G. So what can we tell you about the new edition?

Including a 4-inch qHD resolution touchscreen and dual-core processor, the Droid 3 as Engadget reported, will provide a five-row QWERTY keyboard which in the past we have spoken about, 32GB of storage, 8MP rear camera with LED flash, front-facing camera for video chat, 1080p video recording, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, users will benefit from Motorola’s app market equivalent SHOP4APPS China and so on.

Reverting back to the dual-core processor, this will enable you the user, to run different apps at the same time, email, browse the web and so on.

In a brief statement from Motorola’s own Frank Meng he said, “The Motorola XT883 enables even the most productive people accomplish more. The Milestone brand invokes a sense of advanced intelligence and amazing speed, and we wanted to build upon that standard. We are happy to continue the Milestone tradition in cooperation with China Telecom with the introduction of XT883 in China.”

Unfortunately for those who want to get their hands on one of these, will have to wait until an official release date is confirmed, at the moment all we can tell you is that it will be sometime in quarter 3 of this year.

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