Motorola BRAVO jumps onto AT&T's lineup for $129.99 with a contract

Motorola BRAVO jumps onto AT&T's lineup for $129.99 with a contract
Motorola's trifecta of Android devices for the holidays is now complete seeing that the Motorola BRAVO has finally made its way onto AT&T's lineup.

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.

Thanks Taylor!

source: AT&T


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