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Motorola Milestone XT720 hits US via Cincinnati Bell

10 August 2010 4,819 views One Comment

Milestone XT720, the latest launch by Motorola is now available in US through Cincinnati Bell. MILESTONE XT720, first phone with Xenon Flash, is one of the world’s slimmest 8 MP Android smart phone with 3.7 inch touch screen. With 8MP camera, photography lover can enjoy clicking up beautiful moments. It is sleek capacitive touch Android 2.1 phone. It’s another Android based touch smart phone of Motorola company after “Motorola Charm” touch screen smart phone. The phone features HD video experience and comes adorned with mobile INTERNET capabilities and media for users who wait for latest in technology and ultimate smart phone experience.


Motorola Milestone XT720 Features include:

  • High definition multimedia interface HDMI cable allows HD video captured on MILESTONE XT720 to be viewed directly on HDTV
  • Wireless connectivity include Bluetooth 2.1 plus EDR, 3.5mm headset jack, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, A2D, AVRCP.
  • Smart image capture includes easy panorama, multi-shot, face detection, face filter, camera shake prevention and much more to improve image quality & variety.
  • 8GB micro SD card, expandable upto 32GB

This Cellphone consists of flash player, 1400 mAh Li-Po battery, compass, support for Google Apps and FM radio. Other Android applications can be used on this smart phone XT720. Motorola Milestone XT720 also includes USB 2.0, mobile HDMI and DLNA. This smart phone runs on 720MHz processor & built-in accelerometer.


Milestone XT720, an elegant and slim handset, packs in countless impressive features. It allows users to record HD videos and playback. Motonav empowers mobile enthusiasts with ability to easy navigate & access multiple apps. Motorola Milestone XT720 is priced at $199.99, pack in two year contract & mail-in rebate of $100.00. If purchased without an agreement then it’s cost will be $299.99 along with $100.00 mail-in rebate.
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