CDMA mobile network operator, Visafone, have launched two dual-SIM Android smartphones in the Nigerian market.
The MOTO XT800 (left) is an Android 2.0 device with true dual standby, 3.7″ WVGA display, 5 megapixel camera, and 720p HD video capture/playback/output, and powered by a 550MHz Cortex-A8 processor. It supports one GSM and one CDMA SIM card.
The ZTE R750 (right) is also a dual-mode/dual-standby device running Android 2.1, with a 3.2″ display, a 3 megapixel camera, and powered by a 600 MHz processor. It also has support for both GSM and CDMA radio.
The R750 is being offered by Visafone for N54,999 (at least, so the Visafone website says), which sounds a bit steep. I do not have info on pricing for the Motorola device at this time.