First live pics of FCC-approved Motorola L800t

It’s been a very busy week for the FCC, and the latest handset it mercifully allows to come out alive of its offices is a still unannounced candy bar handset from Motorola. It’s the Motorola L800t, which first appeared in Motorola’s leaked Asian roadmap for 2008. It seems pretty slick from the outside, but will it be as good on the inside?

We first uncovered the Motorola L800t from a leaked Motorola roadmap for Asia in 2008 nearly a month ago, but details, info and specs are still as hard to come by as back then. What we do know is that this handset is slated for a release in China’s TD-SCDMA network soon.

Motorola L800t FCC

Other than that , the Motorola L800t looks to be one sexy black handset equipped with dual cameras and hopefully a bunch of connectivity options. It can’t be mobile if it can’t connect wirelessly in a number of ways, right?

But as with all of Moto’s most recent phones, don’t expect this one to deliver quite a punch. At least it should serve well as a secondary, back-up handset, though.

FCC via Engadget Mobile

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  • John Jacobs

    I am a retiree on a disability income, and have never had a cell phone because of cost. Reading the paper I discovered that the US government has an agreement through a company called Safelink to provide a free Tracfone L880t for a year so I signed up to see if I could learn how to use it OK. I got the phone, but the user guide is very skimpy. It seems that Safelink is somewhere in South America, and the only time I could connect with them the rep only spoke Spanish and hung up. So I get struck and frustrated alot. I have looked on Google for a free manual, but can't find one.
    Do you know where I could get one?

  • John Jacobs

    I am a retiree on a disability income, and have never had a cell phone because of cost. Reading the paper I discovered that the US government has an agreement through a company called Safelink to provide a free Tracfone L880t for a year so I signed up to see if I could learn how to use it OK. I got the phone, but the user guide is very skimpy. It seems that Safelink is somewhere in South America, and the only time I could connect with them the rep only spoke Spanish and hung up. So I get struck and frustrated alot. I have looked on Google for a free manual, but can't find one.
    Do you know where I could get one?