Android Phones from Motorola Headed to Verizon and T-Mobile
According to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal, both Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile plan to offer Android-based phones that will be manufactured by Motorola before the end of 2009. One device in particular, say people familiar with the matter, has a touch-based display, slide-out QWERTY keyboard for messaging and built-in access to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The Journal's source said that Verizon, in particular, was impressed by the speed of the Motorola device. Motorola declined to comment on the story, and neither T-Mobile nor Verizon Wireless has officially announced any Motorola-made Android devices.
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All I can remember was that the Q and RAZR were both over rated and heavily problematic. Let's hope they can get this right. Either that or Samsung, HTC, or another manufacturer gets it right for Red...
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