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Wednesday, 13 October 2010 11:39

Motorola readies Tegra 2 superphone

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Gingerbread anyone?
Motorola is reportedly readying its first superphone slated for early 2011.

Originally dubbed Droid T2 or Terminator, the new phone is based on Nvidia’s Tegra 2 dual-core processor and it will run Android 3.0 Gingerbread.

Sadly, there really isn’t much to go on at this point. Some reports claim that the CPU will end up clocked at 1GHz and that the phone will be designated Motorola Olympus MB 680. However, we still don’t have event the basic specs, but the fact that the phone will feature a relatively powerful chip and a new OS capable of supporting resolutions up to 1,280x760 leaves quite a bit of room for optimism.

We can only hope that it will do better than recent Motorola phones, which have failed gain a foothold in the Android market.

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