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Motorola confirms the official specs for Charm

Motorola CharmMotorola announced this week their latest mobile invention, Charm which will be featuring Android 2.1 and MotoBlur interface.

Screen has 2.8-inches and is a TFT capacitive touch type(with Gorilla Glass) with 256K colors and 320 x 240 pixel resolution. The full QWERTY keyboard makes us think this mobile phone is built for social addict users.

The camera has 3 megapixel, digital zooming, fixed focus and video recording at 24 fps.

Android 2.1 with Motoblur and Flash Lite browsing will be featuring the software side of this phone while 512 Mb and a microSD card will support the memory.

Phone weighs 110 grams and has a 1170 mAh Li Ion battery, expected to last up to 330h in standby mode. Connectivity features are decent: Bluetooth 2.0, Wi-Fi, GPRS, 3G, microUSB, 3.5 mm jack port. GPS comes with A-Gps support and features Turn-by-Turn Directions with Google Mapsâ„¢, eCompass, Assisted GPS.

Motorola confirms that Charm will be available to T-Mobile USA customers sometime this summer.

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Motorola Droid X smartphone will be available from July 15

Motorola Droid XFew time ago Motorola and Verizon gather all journalists in New York to announce a new mobile device: Droid X. Like his brother(Droid), Droid X comes with some interesting features and will be one of the rivals for iPhone 4 or HTC Evo.

The front of the phone has a 4.3-inches WVGA screen that supports a 854 x 480 resolution and 16:9 ratio. Later this year, Adobe Flash Player will come to support video streaming as well as gaming experience.

The virtual keyboard supports multitouch, so you can type up to 50 words per minute using one continuous finger motion across the screen. Just under the screen there are positioned four physical buttons: Menu, Home, Back and Search.

Right on the back of the phone there’s an 8 megapixel camera equipped with digital zoom, auto focus, dual LED flash and image editing tools.

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Motorola Backflip uses MotoBlur to enhance social

Motorola Backflip MotoBlurIt has been a long time since we saw a Motorola device on our site. Backflip is the name of the model that we will analyze today and we promise that this will be an interesting one(especially for social network addicts).

Motorola has manged to enhance on this model a new feature called MotoBlur. As they say, MotoBlur is a new feature that “automatically delivers your messages, posts, tweets, pics and contacts directly to you without having to open multiple apps”. To deliver the best social results, a reverse flip QWERTY keyboard has been added behind the screen.

As we observe in the picture, the new phone has 3.1-inches TFT capacitive touchscreen display and 256K colors.

Sliding the phone to the left side will unveil the QWERTY backflip keyboard, which is divided in 4-rows and include also a 5 megapixel camera device(with autofocus and LED flash).

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Motorola Cliq is another Android

Motorola_CliqMotorola came back on the mobile market recently with a new Android  model called Droid. It seem that Droid is not the single model and Motorola had another Android based model, called Cliq.

Cliq features a QWERTY sliding keyboard, same as Droid, but it’s more stylish and personalised. It weights 163 grams, has 15,6 mm thick and is made by plastic.

The display has 3.1-inches and is TFT capacitive one, supporting a resolution up to 320 x 480 pixels.

Under the display we find 3 buttons: Menu, Home and Back(from left to right) while the top of phone hosts the 3.5mm headphone jack port.

On the right side we have a power/lock button and the camera key one.

The left is the place where volume rocker buttons are placed, along with a microUSB port and a mute switch.

If you slide the phone to right you’ll discover the 4-row QWERTY keyboard. Keys are rounded and very easy to be pressed so it’s a little chance to accidentally press a wrong key while typing. The alt, space and sym keys are situated on the last row of the keyboard while the D-pad is on the left side and the enter key is hosted on the right side.

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