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Motorola Crush anticipating an end voyage towards Verizon?

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Motorola Crush anticipating an end voyage towards Verizon?
Every time we blink, it looks like Motorola is at with an announcement about some kind of touchscreen phone sporting the Android flavor. Verizon has been getting a lot of love from the manufacturer in the last couple of months and is looking to be graced yet with another touchscreen phone from them. Rather than coming out with yet another Android device, the Motorola Crush will be outfitted with the usual feature phone software found on many of Verizon's devices. The last time we saw a non-Android touchscreen Motorola phone bound for Verizon was the Krave ZN4 back in 2008. The Motorola Crush was actually launched first through US Cellular back in November and recently made an appearance at the Bluetooth SIG with Big Red's noticeable logo. For those who have forgotten about the Motorola Crush, it features a 2.8” WQVGA touchscreen, EV-DO connectivity, stereo Bluetooth, 3.5mm headset jack, 2-megapixel camera, and micoSD support. Currently US Cellular is selling the handset for $80 on contract while it's expected to go for about the same when its final destination to Verizon is complete.

Motorola Crush Specifications

source: Bluetooth SIG via Unwired View


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