The Motorola XT502 Greco was revealed through the Bluetooth SIG site recently, which also shows that this Motorola cellphone will feature Android as its OS. Although many websites have speculated (and are most likely correct) that the Motorola XT502 Greco is headed for launch in China, the Bluetooth SIG site itself shows that the geographical availability for the Motorola Greco XT502 is set for South and North America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia.
The Motorola Greco XT502 mobile phone has the following technical specifications: Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g), USB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, GPS with aGPS, quad-band GSM and triple-band WCDMA UMTS (2100/1900/850 MHz) with HSPA class 3G access.
From the above picture, one may also ascertain that the Motorola XT502 Greco cellphone has a camera (possibly with flash) and is a candybar form factor phone with a touchscreen.
Considering that it is a Motorola phone, the Motorola XT502 Greco might well feature MOTOBLUR and although it is not certain what version of Android it will operate, from the available picture it seems unlikely that it runs Android 2.2 (Froyo).
With the availability of Motorola phones such as the XT702 and XT800 in China, it is no surprise that speculation suggests that the Motorola Greco XT502 mobile phone is also headed that way.
The 3G network bands on the Motorola Greco XT502 smart phone however enable it to operate with 3G connectivity in Europe as well as North America so this device might yet be arriving in stores on those continents.
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