Engadget ran a story yesterday about the Motorola XT502, an Android phone destined to hit North America according to the Bluetooth page for the device. The phone, rumored by Engadget to be called the "Greco," looks very similar to Orange's Boston, an Android device that I wrote about in mid-April.
Below is the picture from my story on Orange's handset, the Boston. At the time, it was rumored to be built Foxconn, and that is probably true.
Engadget couldn't provide its readers very many details, but since I noticed that the Boston and XT 502 are probably identical, I have no problem giving you the rumored specs that Phandroid reported for the Boston and what Engadet managed to gather:
- 3.2" 480 x 320 touchscreen
- 600MHz processor
- 5 MP camera
- Wi-Fi b/g
- Android 1.6
- Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR
My original research on the phone lead me to believe that this was Orange's creation, and that it would stay with their network, but it now seems that plenty of regions and networks will be seeing this device soon enough.
Other Sources: Bluetooth.org, Phandroid
Image from Bluetooth.org