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Motorola Droid X ME811 Smartphone an Upgraded Version of Droid X

Have you heard about an exclusive news on Motorola Droid X smartphone? You’re going to get an upgraded version of Droid X. Yes, Motorola has recently released an upgraded version of Motorola Droid X smartphone. This new up-gradation of Motorola Droid X is called as the Motorola ME811 or you can say Motorola Droid X ME811. As noted, the new Motorola Droid X ME811 smartphone will distribute in Chinese market through China Telecom. Not surprisingly, the upgraded Motorola ME811 smartphone is powered by 1.2GHz TI OMAP3630 processor instead of 1GHz, an 1GB internal memory instead of 8GB, and support for WAPI. Lets know what more features is the new Motorola Droid X ME811 has included.
Motorola Droid X ME811 Smartphone

Motorola Droid X ME811 Smartphone Features

  • Running Android 2.2 OS (Droid X is v2.1)
  • Support CDMA EV-DO network
  • Powered by a 1.2GHz TI OMAP3630 processor (instead of 1GHz)
  • 1GB internal memory (Droid X is 8GB), and 512MB RAM
  • Supports up to 32GB Micro-SD memory expansion
  • Support for WAPI
  • 4.3-inch touchscreen display support multi-touch
  • 480 x 854 pixels (FWVGA) screen resolution
  • 8 megapixel autofocus camera with dual LED flash
  • capable to record 720p HD video
  • FM stereo FM radio
  • Supports WAV, RMVB, H.264, AMR WB, AAC, MPEG-4, WMV v9, MP3, H.263, AMR NB, AAC + files
  • Standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, support OMTP headset
  • 3G, WLAN (WAPI / WIFI) wireless LAN, 3G hot spot function
  • High-speed Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR / Bluetooth stereo
  • USB 2.0 high-speed data transmission, & HDMI port
  • Talk time: 300-400 minutes, & Standby time: 120-170 hours
  • Dimensions: 65.5X127.5X9.9 mm, & weights: 155 g
The new Motorola ME811 (Motorola Droid X ME811) smartphone will be available in Chinese market through China Telecom. As noted, the new Motorola Droid X ME811 Android smartphone will start sale on 17th January, 2011 and will carry a price tag of about 4888 Yuan or i.e around $715.


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