The Motorola Milestone XT720 is expected to replace the Droid as the flagship smartphone at the US manufacturer as the firm quietly changed a number of vital hardware specifications that makes it a tad more appealing.
The XT720 now comes with an ARM-Cortex A8 SoC clocked at 550MHz with 512MB RAM rather than 256MB RAM as originally thought. The phone is expected to be launched in Europe towards the end of the month and will go head to head against the iPhone 4.
The rest of its configuration remains unchanged. It will be powered by Google's Android OS 2.1, packs a 8-megapixel camera with a Xenon flash, a 3.7-inch capacitive touchscreen with a screen resolution of 480x854 pixels and will support multi touch.
Other notable features will include a 10.9mm form factor, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, HSDPA, Bluetooth, micro USB, a 8GB microSD card and a FM Radio.
Oddly enough, while it can record video footage in HD quality, it can't output the content to a HDMI equipped device; furthermore, unlike the original Milestone, this one doesn't come with a keyboard.