Motorola CHARM officially official

Motorola CHARM officially official
You know the Motorola CHARM – it's that silly-looking rectangular piece of wireless awesomeness that's been making random appearances in our news column lately. Well, it seems like Motorola decided that the CHARM is now ready to become a real boy and officially announced the Android 2.1 packing handset.

Most of what we knew so far about this smartphone got confirmed, including the operating system with some MOTOBLUR remnants, the rear touch panel (called BACKTRACK), as well as the 2.8-inch display. However, now we can add a 3MP camera and Adobe Flash compatibility, although it isn't clarified if that's the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 compatibility, or the Adobe Flash Lite one. Time will tell, we guess. Still, Moto promises that you'll be able to enjoy “most of today’s content-rich sites “, so we have high hopes for it.

Apparently, the Motorola CHARM is scheduled to launch with T-Mobile USA sometime this season, at a yet undisclosed price. According to the rumors though it should cost about $75 after a $75 mail-in rebate. Oh, and by the way, it is also said to take part in an upcoming Back to School promotion, where it should be offered for free.

Are you so-getting the Motorola CHARM, or it's not your taste? Feel free to click that “Post Comment” button below to your heart's content!

Motorola CHARM Specifications

source: Motorola


1 Comment

1. arqjav

Posts: 55; Member since: Dec 29, 2009

It has a touch sensitive screen,FM radio,gps,wifi b/g/n. It has a nice design simple but elegant,I'll buy it. Only one thing I'll change and that's the resolution of the screen 320x240 is a little low I think for the screen size is ok but a little bigger resolution will be nice.

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