Motorola Motoroi and its little bump get a starring role on videos

Motorola Motoroi and its little bump get a starring role on videos
Expected to be heading to T-Mobile in March, the Motorola MOTOROI was taken for a quick spin on video. Surely you remember the bump on the side of the handset. The specs that are known for now make this seem like a QWERTY-less DROID. The 3.7 inch display is the same size and they both share the same processor (although those who were able to get some alone time with the device felt it was faster than the DROID). The device currently runs on Android 2.0 which we're sorry to say, the Time Magazine 2009 Gadget of the Year still is powered by. By March, perhaps things will be different for one or both of the phones. We know that the camera on the MOTOROI trumps the other device as it is an 8MP shooter. Those who played with the device commented that it is not as thin as the Nexus One, but is lighter than the DROID/MILESTONE. As for MOTOBLUR, Android and Me reports that while there is confusion over whether or not the Korean version would include it, the T-Mobile model will have it. Hurray for all of you social butterflies.

source: Androidandme via Engadget

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3 Comments

1. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

they should have shown the on screen keyboard. . .everything else looked sweet.

2. E.N.

Posts: 2610; Member since: Jan 25, 2009

They need to bring the size down of that thing just a little.

3. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

no way, bigger the better!! especially for keyboardless phones. makes it easier to type. that and im a sucker for a big screen..lol as long as it has ample battery power!!

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