Motorola Gleam is a thin clamshell phone for Europe, reminds of times past
0. phoneArena 11 Feb 2011, 06:09 posted on
The Motorola Gleam has a 2.4" QVGA screen, and an LED matrix on the outer shell to keep you in sync with appointments, missed calls and unread messages. The basic goodies are also here - microUSB charging port, standard audio jack and a microSD card slot for cards up to 16GB...
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1. PhoneLuver (Posts: 460; Member since: 05 Jul 2010)
Which OS will it have?
The clamshell form factor has tons of potential for phones/mini tablets. Unfortunately, OEM's tend to put really crappy crappy cameras in these devices! Nobody should bother putting anything under 3MP cameras in their phones! Most people won't buy anything under 3MP no matter how good the software is. So, this thing is definitely dead in the water!
2. oddmanout (Posts: 434; Member since: 22 May 2009)
its a basic feature phone... i dont think it will be running any special software. probably your basic grid/list menu systems and a couple of different themes and customizations.
3. ryq (unregistered)
i miss clamshell phone! damn you iphone! :-)
5. a nonny mouse (unregistered)
4. clevername (Posts: 1401; Member since: 11 Jul 2008)
It's the new razr. Well not literally but in all but name. No os. Prolly jave. or brew apps.
6. MotoRazr (unregistered)
The specs, and basic layout make it nearly identical to the Razr2!