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Motorola Launching Android Phone in 2009

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Oct 20, 2008, 8:29 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

BusinessWeek has confirmed some specs of a forthcoming phone from Motorola that will be based on the Android platform. According to the report, the Motorola Android phone will have design language similar to the Motorola Krave, it will have a large touchscreen similar to the iPhone's, it will have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and will be more "high end" than the HTC G1. The report also said that the phone is confirmed to have social networking services and applications. The phone will be priced at or near $150 and should be available in the second half of 2009.




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Oct 20, 2008, 9:54 AM


Its more "high end" than the G1, but its priced $50 cheaper?

Very interesting.

It's probably not totally unbelievable since it says late 2009. So they have a whole year to cut costs and as things get cheaper and cameras get higher mega pixels for the same cost, touch screen technology gets cost cuts since there is more on the ma...
What I'm interested to know is that if this device is GSM or CDMA.

On one hand, this could be the device Sprint may release when they are ready to release Android for CDMA.

However, Moto is usually GSM-friendly when it comes to releasing phones...
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