The Motorola XT320 has made its way to the FCC for approval, and just in case you do not want to spend precious space in your brain to memorize the model number, there is always an easier option – to have the manufacturer call it by a nickname, and it is a good thing Motorola has dubbed the XT320 as the “Defy Mini”. Yes sir, this entry-level smartphone which runs on Google’s Android operating system is tipped to arrive in China later this month, letting pandas keep in touch with their family and friends across different national parks. I’m kidding, but basically, the Defy Mini is not going to do much apart from being a functional handset, sporting a 480 x 320 resolution display, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. Already picked up approvals for GSM bands 850/1900 and WCDMA bands II and IV, I would suppose this means the Motorola Defy Mini can make its way to the US on AT&T if it wanted to.

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