Motorola MILESTONE 2 Android 2.2 smartphone

Motorola has introduced the Android 2.2, MotoBlur enhanced MILESTONE 2 smartphone. The device is powered by 1Ghz OMAP SOC processor, has an improved and more spacious slide-out QWERTY keyboard for easier typing , Flash Player 10.1 support and will be available in Europe beginning Q4 2010.

Running Android 2.2, the Milestone 2 offers  a 3.7-inch (854 x 480) multi-touch display, 8GB of built-in memory(8GB microSD card inbox), WiFi n,  Bluetooth 2.1, 3G mobile hotspot capability, allowing to connect up to five other Wi-Fi devices, DLNA connectivity, 5MP camera with dual LED flash, 720p HD video capture and playback, Adobe Flash Player 10.1 support and latest version of MOTOBLUR,   to manage all of your emails, messages and social updates in one easy place with the additions of filtering, resizable widgets, added corporate security and a versatile battery manager.

Motorola Milestone 2

The new Milestone also features Enterprise Exchange support, Quick Office document viewer, full suite of the Google applications: Google Search, Google Maps with Latitude and Street View, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk, the phone also comes with wired headset and the price is expected to be around 450 euro.





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