Motorola Goes to China with Ming Smartphones

The three new Ming smartphones bring Motorola’s portfolio of Android devices in China to eleven, all released in less than a year. More than half the Android smartphones sold in China in the first half of 2010 were Motorola devices, claims the company.

The phones combine an Android touchscreen experience with updated Ming styling and features, and include the MT810 for China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA network, the XT806 for China Telecom’s CDMA-2000 network, and the A1680 for China Unicom’s WCDMA network.

With its increasing focus on Android platform, Motorola has recently released DROID 2 through Verizon Wireless. (Read: DROID Moves Ahead: Here Comes DROID 2)

“The new MING smartphones reflect our focus on intuitive intelligence, and are designed to adapt themselves to you and your life,” said Mr. Frank Meng, corporate VP and president, Greater China, Motorola Mobility.

All three of the new Ming devices offer a full touchscreen experience and sport an updated version of the Ming flip design, including the signature transparent flip cover, said Motorola in a statement issued today, August 30.

Photo courtesy: Motorola

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