The Motorola MING/MT820 seems to be in the mood for name changes. After going from being called the MING to the MT820, it’s now been renamed as the MT810, a whole “ten points’ less than the previous name. Details on this phone are still rather scarce, and what we do know is that it’ll be running on China Mobile’s TD-SCDMA network and WAPI (China’s version of Wi-Fi) and sport a 5-megapixel camera that can capture 720p videos. According to the latest information, the MT810 will have a resistive touchscreen when the phone is flipped open, while the flip cover could serve as a capacitive touch layer. Details on this phone’s 3D capabilities are more or less nonexistent, but we’ll be looking to keep an eye on this phone.
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