By Chuong Nguyen | August 11, 2010 2:23 PM
After MOTODEV had unveiled the MING-inspired A1680 Android-powered smartphone, another MING-based handset was caught on a Chinese website that bears the XT806 mark. The features and looks of the Motorola XT806 Android-powered phone is similar to the Motorola MT810, leading us to believe that this is an evolved MT810 handset.
The device boasts a larger 3.6-inch FWVGA touchscreen compared to the 3.1-inch WVGA display of the A1680. Like the previously leaked MT810, the XT806 can handle 720p HD video capture with the device’s 5-megapixel still shooter. Other specs include WiFi, FM radio, Bluetooth, and a 600 MHz TI OMAP processor.
Quite possibly similar to the A1680 and MT810, the XT806 MING-inspired Android smartphone may utilize both resistive and capacitive touchscreen technologies. Capacitive touch will be employed on the clear clamshell cover for users to quickly navigate the phone without having to open the flip. For handwriting support, a popular feature in Asian countries, the XT806, as was speculated with the MT810, may utilize a resistive touchscreen panel to support stylus input of handwritten characters.