Motorola XT320 Makes FCC Appearance as Defy Mini; US Debut Likely on AT&T

December 14, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Another smartphone from the Motorola stables is on the way. Motorola XT320, considered an entry-level Android handset, has made its appearance at the FCC headquarters.

The smartphone, dubbed Motorola Defy Mini, will come powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.

The device sports a multi-touch capacitive TFT screen with a resolution of 480 x 320. It comes with a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash on the back.

On the connectivity front, the XT320 offers support for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The handset was found compatible with GSM bands 850/1900 and WCDMA bands II and IV. This info hints that the device may appear in the AT&T network.

The Defy Mini is slated to first hit  China, most probably this month. The handset’s appearance before the FCC counters also gives us enough hope of seeing it on US soil soon.

While on the look out for more on the device, we just stumbled upon some of the rumored specs of the XT320. The device, we hear, is equipped with 512MB RAM, 1390 mAh lithium battery and a VGA snapper in front.

The 107g smartphone measures 109 x 58.5 x 12.55 mm in size. Along with the handful of sensors normally seen on Android devices, it supports GPRS, EDGE and HSDPA data services. It is expected to hop on to China’s Unicom 3G network.

Other rumored specs include USB2.0, micro SD card, GPS, virtual keyboard and lot more.

The device sporting touch-sensor navigation keys in the front is likely to be offered in black skin as seen in the picture we have got for you.

Now tell us, is anyone out there interested in owning the Motorola XT320 aka Defy Mini as soon as it arrives in your midst?

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