Both the Bluegrass Cellular and Alltel Wireless have already selling the Android powered Motorola Milestone X handset. Now its Cellular South’s turn. The carrier has just started offering the Motorola Milestone X handset, which is the variant of Motorola Droid X. Milestone X users can expect the Gingerbread update to follow in the near future, as the Droid X has recently updated to the Gingerbread flavor of Android OS.
Motorola Milestone X comes with the out-dated Android 2.2 Froyo OS, 8 megapixel camera with LED flash hooked up at the back side of the handset that can record 720p HD video, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity, 8GB on-board storage, micro-SD card slot support for memory expansion up to 32GB, HDMI out, Android Market, the whole host of Google & Cellular South services, and 1540mAh battery that can provide talk time up to 8 hours and standby time of up to 220 hours.
Motorola Milestone X will be powered by 1GHz chipset, and sporting a bigger 4.3-inch high resolution touchscreen display.
The Cellular South branded Motorola Milestone X handset available to purchase for $199.99 with a $50 reward card. On a two-year contract with the carrier, it will cost you $149.99.
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[Source: Cellular South]