Motorola’s MOTOROI: The Next Android Phone

Omer Saleem
Jan 20, 2010
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Seemingly, Motorola is now trying really hard to re-capture the magic of Razr, which was launched almost nearly a decade ago (maybe less). With the success of Droid, Motorola has now launched a new version of Andrioid 2.0 based touch screen phone in Korea, named MOTOROI. This new device looks like a mix of Moto Droid, iPhone and Nexus One. It has not been launched anywhere else in the world but the US launch is expected somewhere within this year.


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Here’s a sleek looking advert (in Korean Language) of the phone.

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The Specifications on the device are credit to Nexus404

  • 3.7-inch touchscreen display
  • HD WVGA resolution: 480 x 854
  • Google services integration: Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk
  • Widget support
  • 8-megapixel camera with Xenon flash and 720p HD video recording
  • HDMI support
  • DMB connectivity and up to 24 TV and audio channels for free
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 8GB storage space
  • microSD support up to 32GB
  • docking station
  • multitouch support
  • 5 text-input methods: 3×4 keypad, full QWERTY and half QWERTY keyboard, hand writing and writing pad
  • Android 2.0

I think this year is the year of Android. Let’s see how it goes for Apple and other OEMs.

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