XT720

Wind Mobile, a rather new Canadian based wireless carrier, has released the Motorola XT720, a high-end Android device. This phone has a 3.7-inch display with a resolution of 480x854, 512MB of on board memory, an 8MP camera and will launch running Android 2.1. We have seen that other carriers plan to launch this device with Android 2.2 so hopefully this device will see an update shortly after launch as well. So if you are on Wind, or looking to switch, and want yourself a feature loaded Android device, this could be the perfect choice for you. Check it out for yourself today and save $20, bringing the price down to $430. Thanks James! [Wind Mobile]

 
There are 8 comments

lowermi says:

I hope this gets more support from Moto then the Cliq/Dext users got. Seems unless its a Big Red phone, Moto drops interest after they sell you the phone. Good Luck, buyer beware.

lucyae says:

i want to such a phone,take surprising to my life.

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icebike says:

Looks like a Zippo lighter.

DigitalMetal says:

We have had them in Europe for a while, ive had mine a little over a month and i quite like it,
Doesnt have Motoblur but the camera is really good, its quite fast, The processor was capped at 500Mhz when they were first released but a recent update has increased that to 750Mhz

With the 3rd video on that site, it looks like it can output the screen to HDMI and the device at the same time. That is a huge feat of the Droid X. Hmmm....

Nirvana328 says:

Looks like Motoblur to me. I love how in the tech specs they fail to mention their custom UI under the user interface section. You would think they would want to advertise it if it were something amazing.

However with the 8 MP camera and HD 720p video recording and HDMI out capabilities, seems like a nice phone for those who like to shoot pictures/videos.

sookster54 says:

Pretty nice hardware, and yes it's indeed Motoblur which I would completely avoid otherwise if it didn't have Motoblur I'd buy this phone if I were in the market for one.

And I can repeat what Jalinidas said, buyer beware, Motorola won't care about you once you buy it.