Android Phones

Motorola Milestone 2 is official, coming Q4

September 1, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka



A prematurely-released promotional video outed the Motorola Milestone 2 yesterday. Less than 24 hours later, Motorola has officially announced that Milestone 2, the upcoming phone that serves as the sequel for its best non-U.S. phone.

As reported yesterday, the Milestone 2 has Android 2.2, Adobe Flash 10.1, a 1 GHz processor, MOTOBLUR, and the ability to acts as a 3G mobile hotspot. We also know that the M2 films and plays 720p HD video, DLNA playback, 8GB internal memory, and up to 32GB MicroSD card (8GB card included).

The Milestone 2 also supports card cradle and media dock accessories. The phone will be available in Europe beginning in Q4 2010. A list of features include:


  • 1Ghz processor now with 802.11n support
  • 3G mobile hotspot – connect up to five other Wi-Fi  devices
  • Latest version of MOTOBLUR
  • Adobe Flash Player 10.1
  • Multi-touch, pinch to zoom, double tap zoom
  • 720p HD video capture and playback
  • 5MP imager with dual LED flash
  • Up to 40GB of memory
  • 3.5mm audio jack
  • Enterprise Exchange support
  • Improved design; more spacious QWERTY keyboard including larger keys and better tactility
  • DLNA / WiFi / Bluetooth® 2.1 connectivity

Additional functionality and apps include:

  • Full suite of the Google applications: Google Search, Google Maps with Latitude and Street View, Gmail, YouTube, and Google Talk™
  • Unified Google and Exchange Contacts
  • Navigation: GPS, Google Maps, E-Compass Latitude
  • Email Support: IMAP/POP3, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Corporate Sync, Push Email
  • Quick Office document viewer
  • IM Support: Google Talk
  • Calendar: Exchange, Calendar