Motorola EX225 is going to be a Facebook centric device?

Motorola EX225 is going to be a Facebook centric device?
When there are so many people throughout the world with Facebook accounts, it’s not uncommon to find manufacturers attempting to make Facebook integration one standout feature with their handsets – much like what we see with the HTC ChaCha and Salsa.

Well, it looks like Motorola is going to be making their very own Facebook phone after the Motorola EX225 was spotted over at the Bluetooth SIG sporting that all too charismatic Facebook button. Actually, it’s a portrait QWERTY handset of some sort that’s going to be packing deep Facebook integration – albeit, it doesn’t look to be powered by Android by looking at the image. Rather, the handset will probably be BREW-based instead since it doesn’t look like it’s packing any of the usual Android buttons at all.

Furthermore, there also seems to be a slight variant of the EX225 as well, dubbed the EX226, which has the same overall looks of the EX225, but omits the distinguishable Facebook button. Interestingly, it’s being reported that the EX226 will offer dual-SIM capabilities instead to make that its standout feature.

So far, there is no official word regarding the two from Motorola’s camp – so it’s anyone’s guess right now as to when they’ll be announced. However, if they’re nothing more than feature phones with tight Facebook integration, it wouldn’t surprise us to find them flaunting inexpensive prices.

source Bluetooth SIG (1 & 2) via Unwired View


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  • Display 2.4 inches
    240 x 320 pixels
  • Camera 3 MP (Single camera)
    front
  • Hardware
    0.06GB RAM
  • Storage 0.05GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 910 mAh

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