Motorola BACKFLIP becomes official - Android goodness on AT&T

Motorola BACKFLIP becomes official - Android goodness on AT&T
Now that didn’t take too long – AT&T is getting the much needed Android love from Motorola’s camp in the form of the BACKFLIP. It’s a QWERTY handset with Wi-Fi, 5-megapixel camera, and Android 1.5 packing its very different looking form factor. The unique thing about it is that the front side is obviously the touchscreen while the rear is the QWERTY – instead of flipping it to open; you do the opposite by pulling up the front and flipping it around to get it into the correct position. Taking its cues from the Motorola CLIQ, MOTOBLUR will be in full force for all your social networking requirements. Battery life is still a concern with Motorola CEO, Sanjay Jha, stating that “we’re still working on battery life.” Motorola isn’t wasting any time on getting this smartphone out to Android hungry AT&T customers – it’s going to launch in the first quarter of 2010.

Motorola BACKFLIP Specifications

via Engadgetmobile



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