Motorola BRAVO jumps onto AT&T's lineup for $129.99 with a contract
Unlike the FLIPOUT and FLIPSIDE, which offer physical QWERTY keyboards of some sort, the BRAVO might look like any other slate only Android powered smartphones on the market, but its focus is in the multimedia department. It features a 3.7” FWVGA (480 x 854) display, 800MHz TI OMAP3 processor, 3-megapixel auto-focus camera, DLNA support, and Wi-Fi. Coming in between the mid to high-end range, this handset is sure to please most users despite running Android 2.1 as opposed Froyo.
Nevertheless, customers will probably appreciate its $129.99 price online with a 2-year agreement.
1. Bobaloou (unregistered) posted on 11 Jan 2011, 00:45 0 0
I got a Bravo at Christmas to run serious content apps on. it looks like it does a great job with nrowser content until it comes to fash/video coontent that requires a more robust 9.0 or higher flash.
Obviously, I will be upgrading in two years if I can last that long. But I'll keep this phone if Motorola get's off their butts and gives us 2.2 which can handle the higher flash, yet it is probably not going to happen. They haven't gotten that some folks need a better bullet at the great price of the Bravo, especially in this economy. The only problem with the market is that you can't just do a little research and be confident that all the content will run on the phone. Next time I buy, I will get them to in store demo the phone before I take it. Outside of that, I couldn't ask for an easier phone to take care of email on the fly, and cover my other business needs. I love my Bravo, just need a bit more under the hood as far as processor Next phone will have at least 1=2G processor, and the latest Flash available.