Dual SIM Dual Core Motorola XT882 Smartphone Hands-On

Powered by NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor.

@Nicole_Scooter
Published Mon, Apr 25 2011 1:43 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:31 PM CST
Motorola XT882 has two of everything! This four inch smartphone has an NVIDIA Tegra 2 1GHz dual-core processor, access to UMTS and EVDO networks with its Dual SIM, I mean the powerhouse even has a dual LED flash!



The stand out feature besides the NVIDIA processor is the dual SIM card slots which are targeted at different networks so you'll be able to have one SIM running on the UMTS network and the EVDO network, basically GSM & CDMA. In addition to this feature that is taylored at the Chinese market, the other physical design change that's region specific is the ports are covered to streamline the phone. The other thing is that CDMA phones here have SIM cards, this was the first time I'd seen this ability live in a hand set.

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This four inch smartphone is running Android 2.3 or Gingerbread on its HD display, no other detailed specs were given as Motorola is pushing the concept of the phone rather then the specs at the moment. No word on what day this smartphone will be hitting the streets or at what price point, but we imagine its going to be competitive for this market.

Nicole Scott has been working in online broadcasting since 2006 and has launched a variety of online programming such as Netbook Nation and App Advice. As a Mobile Technology Reporter at bnetTV, she hosted Wireless Planet and Maraschino's MissAdventures. Currently she holds down mobile computing at Netbook News as mobility has always been one of her great passions. Always looking to the future, she follows the industry's hottest trends. She is currently living in Taiwan, but makes frequent trips to attend conferences in the US, Europe and throughout Asia.

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