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T-Mobile-flavored Motorola MB710 gets FCC approval

Chris Ziegler
07.07.10
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You might remember that we'd thought all the way back in January that T-Mobile's version of the MOTOROI / Milestone XT720 had gotten its FCC certification. Well, guess what happened this week? The all-important external photos and users' manual came off confidentiality, which means we can now confirm that a MOTOROI is exactly what we're looking at here. It's unclear what's taking so long for T-Mobile to get this thing to retail since it was apparently ready (or ready-ish) more than half a year ago, but with an 8 megapixel camera on board, we suspect more than a few people will be willing to forgive the awkward bump in the lower right for a chance to get in on what could be one of T-Mobile's first legit high-end Android devices. With any luck, we'll see a release before too long -- but as with any unannounced phone, it's a crap shoot.

Source: FCC
In this article: android, fcc, google, mb710, moto, motoroi, motorola, t-mobile
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