Monday, 22 March 2010

Motorola Backflip/Enzo Revealed Oddly-shaped Android-powered Motorola Phone Revealed, Coming To AT T

Pictures and information have been released on an upcoming Android
phone. The Motorola Backflip/Enzo will reportedly become AT T's first
Android phone, and features an unusual design where the plastic QWERTY
keyboard flips behind the
screen, instead of sliding upย conventionally.
Tech blog Phandroid broke the story with exclusive info and pictures on
the upcoming phone. Their tipster revealed that the phone is internally
called 'Enzo' by Motorola (Ferrari fans, I guess?) but will probably be
called 'Backflip' when it's launched to consumers. It's running the
older Android 1.5, with Motorola's MOTOBLUR GUI wrapper.
Apparently, this phone will sport a heavily modified version of Android.
It will not come with any Google Apps, other than Maps. Gmail will be
disabled on the phone, as will Google Search, with Yahoo Search being
the default search engine on the phone. The Android Market will be
enabled, however. As said previously, the body of the phone features a
QWERTY keyboard that flips up behind the screen and faces out when not
in use.
As for the specs, it packs a Qualcomm 528MHz processor (the same used in
the Motorola CLIQ), 256MB of RAM, 512MB of Flash Storage, WiFi, aGPS,
Bluetooth and a 5-megapixel camera. The tipster confirmed the phone will
be released on AT T, and pictures of the phone show AT T logos and
references on the software. No word on pricing orย availability, yet.
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