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After months of leaks and ill-fated speculation, Motorola has announced three new Ming series Android phones destined for China. You may recall seeing these phones pop up as far back as April, rumored at one point to be 3D-capable. Though they'lll end up at different carriers, each device features a full touch screen with the signature Ming flip design and support for a stylus. Pricing hasn't been announced for the phones but we can expect to see them in the third quarter of this year. First up is the MT810, which offers a 3.2-inch display, 720p HD video playback, and a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash. Running the China Mobile OPhone 2.0 flavor of Android, the phone also boasts 512MB ROM, 256MB RAM, and support for the CMMB mobile television format. Users will want to use a memory card if they plan to record any television shows because there's not enought iternal memory.
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