New Year, New Forum – Motorola Milestone XT720 Forum Added
A lot of people decided to ask for it, we were getting slammed with requests, so for all of you… here it is. The Motorola Milestone XT720 forums have surfaced on XDA for full fledged development. In case you are wondering why this device was so requested, while it is a mid range device for most specs, the 8 MP camera, which is capable of shooting 720p HD video would certainly more than make up for it. It also has a very modest price tag on it, so it is a very good entry to mid range Android device if you are just getting into this new world of Android and all of its delicious releases.
Do you already have one? Maybe you have created something interesting for it. Why don’t you share your thoughts with us and the rest of the community? We are eager to hear it.
You can visit the XT720 forum.
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