Motorola announces Sholes and Zeppelin

By | December 20th, 2009



Motorola china have officially announced the XT701 (code named: Sholes Tablet) and the XT800 (code named: Zeppelin) and we manage to get full specs and images. Both are powered by ARM Cortex A8 processor and offers all the specs that a smartphone should have. These two additions came along with an already announced Motorola XT 710.

XT 701 (Sholes) Features:

  • Android 2.0 with full suite of Google applications
  • Cortex A8 quad-core processor
  • WLAN (WAPI / WIFI) 802.11 b / g
  • Support for 3G (WCDMA / HSDPA 10.2M / HSUPA 5.76M)
  • 3.7-inch-wide touch-screen super FWVGA capacitance, 854X480 resolution, high-definition display
  • 5 million pixel auto-focus camera, Xenon flash
  • Built-in gravity sensor, infrared proximity sensors, ambient light sensor model
  • Android Market support (pending)
  • aGPS
  • 32GB Micro-SD(HC)
  • FM Stereo FM radio
  • Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
  • Fashion Touch Interface
  • 3.5 mm headphone jack

 Motorola announces Sholes and Zeppelin

 Motorola announces Sholes and Zeppelin

XT 800 (Zeppelin) Features:

  • Android 2.0 with full suite of Google applications
  • CDMA EVDO / GSM dual-network
  • 3G network support, WIFI / WAPI free switching
  • 3.7-inch high-definition resolution of 854×480
  • HDMI high-definition (720p) output
  • 5 million pixel digital camera, auto focus, dual LED flash
  • Cortex TM – A8 multi-core processor
  • MOTO-specific Nicam -professional intelligent noise reduction
  • GPS
  • 32GB Micro-SD
  • Electronic Compass & Support for gravity sensing
  • Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR
  • FM Stereo FM radio
  • Standard 3.5 mm headphone jack

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Unlike XT710, the newly announced models XT701 and XT 800 are suitable for Eutope and US markets along with China by offering dual-mode GSM/EVDO along with WiFi b/g, Bluetooth and 5-megapixel autofocus cameras. The previous XT710 uses China’s TD-SCDMA wireless standard making it difficult to hit US or European market.

Via BGR. See them featured on Motorola China’s website