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Old December 31st, 2009, 05:38 AM   #39 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by kraze0g View Post
if it is the sholes @ CES, i dont know if i particularly like it if it is the same thing that was accidently shown on their website. this is from another site that said something about it if u want to know more.

A Cortex A8 quad-core processor, a 3.7-inch-wide touchscreen, a 5 megapixel camera with flash and support for 3G are among the features listed for the device, which is frequently referred to as a "tablet." It will also feature 854-by-480-pixel resolution, according to the specs.
Android 2.0 is listed as the operating system for the device. It will feature an 8 megapixel camera.

The distinguishing "hump" protruding from one side of the XT701 likely features soft keys for video and stills, Hazelton suggested.
"I'm not a huge fan of the hump, but I think it makes sense when you're holding a camera in landscape mode," he noted.

A built-in gravity sensor, infrared proximity sensors, GPS, an FM Stereo, FM radio, Bluetooth 2.1 and a 3.5 mm headphone jack are among the other features listed.

All fine with me i guess but how big is it for it to be called a "tablet" by some... Specifications on early versions of the Sholes device had suggested it could be unusually large and heavy.

this is all from the link below if u wanna read it, its dated tho for 22nd
Linux News: Mobile: Moto XT701 - aka 'Sholes' - Surfaces in China

???????-MOTOXT701-?????Android 2.0??

anyone know anything about the size of this?

check it out:Motorola XT701 ??????????? ?? ????? ???????? Gadgetfreaks

-139grams? i think the droid is 169grams. i like the weight reduction. (iphone is 135grams)

-32gig sd? lucky. most likely not installed-just max capable.

-10.9mm thick? droid is 13.7! (iphone is 12.3mm)

Lookin good!
can't find where the micro usb is located though.
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