Motorola Domino+ Android Smartphone on FCC Visit; Expect an August Roll Out

July 26, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Even in a market flush with high end smart devices, at least some manufacturers believe there still is a market for wallet friendly smartphones too. Our friendly Moto is one such company who loves making budget shoppers happy. In line with their strategy of bringing out entry level devices, Motorola has now built a new device and has passed it on to FCC to judge.


The upcoming Motorola’s Domino+ Android smartphone is entry level stuff and the specs could be something you would normally see in such a smartphone. The device which has been pushed on to the FCC scrutiny table sports a model number XT530/XT531.

Okay, what could the phone carry along with it for the user like you and me? Let’s take a look:

  • 3.5-inch display with 320 × 480 resolution
  • 5-megapixel camera
  • 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor
  • 512MB of internal memory
  • 512MB of RAM
  • Bluetooth
  • Wi-Fi
  • GPS support

Motorola is said to have thrown in quad-band GSM properties that support WCDMA band V. That could well mean that it will come of use to all you prospective buyers of the Domino+ Android smartphone if you are someone who are a frequent traveler.

With the device being sent to FCC we guess we need to look forward to a release very soon. May be, Moto has plans to push it out to counters this August itself, but wait till we get a confirmation on that. And, on the pricing front it could be something that may not hurt your wallet.

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