All I want for Christmas is a Motorola Sholes


Over the weekend photos and details of the elusive Motorola Sholes finally emerged on the company’s Chinese website. This year, Motorola’s on Santa’s nice list…

It’s been said before and it’ll be said again, for the last few years Motorola has been very naughty indeed. Money was disappearing through great big corporate fat-cat shaped holes, the phones were pretty ugly and the OS was more tragic than Hamlet. There were big problems at Motorola. Cue Sanjay Jha- Motorola’s Messiah, and a turn around that means that 2010 is a year which Moto fans will be sure to cherish. Just when we thought the Droid was about as good as it gets, Motorola unveils the Sholes in China and it’s sexier than Mrs Claus in nothing but her stockings…

After much deliberation (and salivation) I’ve discovered that this phone is beautiful enough to talk for itself. So here’s a brief rundown of the specs and a whole bunch of photos to prompt a whole tonne of phone envy- and absolutely no more phone obscuring gibber jabber.

854 x 480 pixel screen resolution

HSDPA 10.2 M

5 Megapixel Camera with Xenon Flash

Android 2.1

WiFi b/g

USB 2.0



Proximity Sensor

Light Sensor

3.5 mm Headset Jack

3.7 inch Touchscreen

Cortex A8 Processor (600 mHz – 1 GHz)

Bluetooth 2.1

POP3, IMAP4 and enterprise-class email

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One Response to “All I want for Christmas is a Motorola Sholes”

  1. Good information about the cell phone your are 100% serving the people whit your knowladge.keep it up man.

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