Replying to: operating system by bobc74
HOWEVER, it is not an Android platform phone. It is not compatible with any third-party Android software. It is not a smartphone.
It runs only J2ME third-party software, just like any feature phone. For all practical purposes, it is a feature phone, not an "Android phone". The fact that it is based on Android code at its core is only relevant to developers working inside Motorola, who are able to leverage much of the code and work being done for true Android phones. It's also interesting to us industry spectators, but it's not really relevant to consumers.
In fact, telling consumers this is "an Android phone" would be incorrect and extremely misleading.
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