The handset has an upgraded version now – the Motorola XT800+, which features a somewhat luxurious, golden metallic body, and a leather back cover.
The new XT800+ has more RAM (512MB), and a faster 1GHz processor (the old one is clocked at only 550MHz). Motorola also decided to put Android 2.2 Froyo on it (the older XT800 runs Android 2.1).
Motorola XT800+ seems to be available now somewhere in China, probably via China Telecom – since the handset features CDMA / GSM connectivity and CT is the only Chinese carrier to offer both CDMA and GSM services.
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