We're not sure that Blur will get the same response of awe that webOS and the Sense UI received when they were revealed, but this is a big step for the Schaumburg based company, and we look forward to seeing it in action.
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2. Trendygirlx23 (unregistered)
Your right. It looks awful!
5. gomets15217 (Posts: 38; Member since: 13 Jul 2008)
agreed. the combination of the design of the keyboard with the weird lines and the bright blue light is actually hurting my eyes. id get really tired of using that after a while.
3. Kiltlifter (Posts: 742; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)
LOL a return of the "ever-so-good" razr keyboard, but this time a QWERTY... it might work... but i doubt it will work well. Come on motorola... prove me wrong, I dare you!
8. madesina (Posts: 24; Member since: 05 Oct 2008)
This really must be a joke.. Are they seriously going to try and plug this RaZR crap again!!?
4. pathmarkpolice (Posts: 102; Member since: 05 Feb 2009)
I don't know what phone that is...but the Moto Morrisson's keypad looks nothing like that and it's going to have the "blur" ui running on android.
6. Maarek Stele (Posts: 24; Member since: 27 Aug 2008)
with so many Android phones being shown, why having we seen anything new for other carriers other than the 2 Google phones for T-Mobile? The Lancaster is suppose to be released for AT&T, but nothing yet from the site or stores.
7. madesina (Posts: 24; Member since: 05 Oct 2008)
Motorola, RaZR... again!!!!!!!! OH MY DAYS!! JUST GIVE UP ALREADY! THE RAZOR CRAP WAS CRAP! IT JUST LOOKED GOOD. now it looks dated, and it's still crap to use! Where can i put money on a Motorola merger, or Motorola finances RaZR thin by Jan 2010!