Motorola has announced the Milestone XT720, the first Android smartphone with a Xenon flash. The camera shoots 720p high-definition video with its high end 8MP camera, which can viewed on the the phone’s 3.7-inch capacitive touch screen, which has a 480 x 854 pixel resolution or on an TV or Monitor with the help of HDMI port out which comes inbuilt with the handset.
The handset weighs around 160g and measures 60.9 x 115.95 x 10.9 millimeters. The smartphone XT720 runs on Android 2.1 and can surf the net using HSPA, with download speeds up to 10.2Mbps and 5.76Mbps upstream on supporting networks.
According to Motorola mobile device marketing director Tom Satchwell, The XT720 is designed for “real-world performance and good high-speed internet browsing”. Other specifications included in this smartphone are navigation using GPS, Bluetooth, FM radio, quad-band voice support, an accelerometer and a 3.5 millimeter audio jack.
According to a Motorola Spokesman, Milestone XT720 will be availble from the later part of June.