The Milestone was launched in Hong Kong on December 21, 2009,  as the sixth Android device in the region for HKD 4,680 with an 8 GB microSDHC card included. This version is in English but supports Chinese hand writing that originated from the Motorola MING and pinyin input method. While MOTONAV is included, it does not work and is not officially supported. The phone can be updated to Android since Q1 2010, the update features a Chinese user interface and more Chinese input methods such as Changjie . The Milestone launched in India on 30 March 2010, priced at 32,000 INR , approximately US$680.
You also get RGB, for what it’s worth, both onboard and via a single lighting-cable header. But beyond those things, we’re basically looking at Z370 PCH functions. We still get an oversize voltage regulator for overclocking, and ASRock is thoughtful enough to provide the latest high-mainstream ALC1220 audio codec. The Z370 Extreme4 is even able to support two and one slot-mounted NVMe drive simultaneously without dipping into the CPU’s 16 PCIe lanes: It’s always nice to see a company make full use of the chipset’s limited capabilities.