AT&T Doubles Down on Motorola's Androids
Oct 5, 2010, 10:12 AM by Rich Brome
AT&T today renewed its commitment to Android by nearly doubling the number of Android phones it offers. All three new phones are from Motorola. All sport Android 2.1 and the newest version of MOTOBLUR, which includes resizable home screen widgets and advanced social networking including Facebook comments and Twitter retweets. A battery manager feature offers three performance profiles to conserve battery life. All three phones have HSPA 7.2 3G data, 3-megapixel camera, 3.5mm audio jack, FM radio, and come with a 2 GB memory card. All three also include Motorola's CrystalTalk™ PLUS dual-microphone noise filtering.
- Bravo: Sports a large 3.7-inch touch display with 480x854 resolution, 800 MHz processor, and DLNA for streaming video over Wi-Fi to an HDTV, etc. Available this holiday season for $130 with 2-year contract.
- Flipside: Sports a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and front touch trackpad, and a 3.1-inch touch display with 320x480 resolution. Available this holiday season for $100 with 2-year contract.
- Flipout: Unique swivel design with full QWERTY keyboard. Specs include a 720 MHz processor and QVGA display. Available October 17th for $80 with 2-year contract.
|not everyone wants to spend $300 for a droid||atandtrep||
|Motorola had some left overs to give to AT&T||KMFS1||
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