Additional details emerge surrounding the Motorola Flipout for AT&T

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Additional details emerge surrounding the Motorola Flipout for AT&T
We've already seen some shots regarding the Motorola Flipout for AT&T, but now it looks as though additional pieces of information about the unique looking device have surfaced. However, the new information almost mirrors what is seen on the just launched Motorola CHARM for T-Mobile. Seeing that it'll most likely attack the entry-level market, the Flipout will pack a 2.8” capacitive touchscreen which tallies in at an eyesore resolution of 320 x 240 – providing for a less than stellar 120 pixels per inch. In addition, it's running the updated version of MOTOBLUR 1.5 which is almost what you find with the two newer DROID models – such as its re-sizable widgets. Finally, the handset is going to be packing a 720MHz OMAP processor and PowerVR SGX 530 GPU which would be more than equipped in handling the most basic of functions. However, there is no mention whether or not it will enable the side-loading of apps – something that's been concerning with a few of AT&T's Android smartphones.

Motorola FLIPOUT/Chindi Preliminary Specifications

source: Android Central


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