October 6, 2010 by USA Post
Droid Pro, Motorola Fresh announced the Droid Pro also triggered five other Android phones on the smartphone wild.
So, in no particular order… The first is the Spice Motorola. (And if you think Spice is a bad name, wait for the next). The Spice is touting a device Android 2.1, with a full sliding QWERTY keyboard and touch screen 3-inch capacitive. It also has a 3-megapixel camera and for eco-conscious, you’ll also be interested to know that 25 percent of its parts are made from post-consumer recycled materials.
Next is the Motorola Citrus (we warned you). Citrus seems that it is essentially the Spice, but without the physical QWERTY keyboard. Such as spices, he got HSDPA, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity and also features AGPS and panel Backtrack way you do not really need to touch the touchscreen you can control it at the back.
Motorola Bravo has a bit more to it. It is an 800MHz processor powers Android 2.1 and features a touch screen 3.7-inch WVGA, a 3-megapixel camera and is compatible DLNA.
The Flipside Motorola (you guessed it, Android 2.1) has a horizontal sliding full QWERTY keyboard and features a 3.1-inch screen that supports high-resolution HVGA pinch gestures to zoom. It also has a touchpad laptop type and Motoblur supports the user interface.
Finally, Motorola also announced the availability of U.S. FlipOut, which we have already seen (and seen) here in Blighty.
All these phones are due before the end of the year; AT & T has already announced that it will be the sale of Bravo FlipOut and Flipside.
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