Motorola Mobility has announced a new budget handset for the Chinese market, the Motorola XT390, which will be sold on China Unicom, the country's state-owned mobile operator. The XT390 is a 3.5-inch Android 2.3 smartphone with an 800MHz CPU, 512MB of RAM and dual-SIM 3G connectivity. Aesthetically, it's very much a smaller version of the Motoluxe, the company's entry-level offering for Europe.
Motorola and China Unicom aim to offer the XT390 at a 1000 yaun (~$160) price point in the weeks ahead.
Source: Motorola Mobility