The Android powered handset “Droid X” will be going down stairs from the U.S.A. and making its way to the people of Mexico under the carrier Lusacell bearing the name “Motoroi X.” It seems this device is one of Motorola’s flagship devices and they make sure a lot of people see that. We seen all during launch their commercials and Moto taking it to the special events around the gritty streets ending down south. Now the questions is will the Droid 2 have the same small international fate? Read up more below from the source and let us know if this is even remotely making you giddy.
Motorola has announced that the Motoroi X, which is pretty much a Droid X without Verizon’s branding, will be hitting Mexican carrier Lusacell in the last quarter of 2010 — which is anytime now. No pricing was announced, but the phone will have access to Lusacell’s 3G network and will retain its WiFi hotspot capabilities. The phone will ship with the same version of Blur as the X and Droid 2 on top of Froyo. Any of you Europeans feeling just a tad jealous? [Motorola (in Spanish)
Source: Android Central
Category: Android News
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