Motorola Shules (or Sholes) to be first Android phone for Verizon

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Motorola Shules (or Sholes) to be first Android phone for Verizon
We've heard over the past few months that Motorola was prepping up a new sliding QWERTY Android based phone for Verizon sometime later this year. At first it was believed to be the Calgary, but we now know that is not the case. The Android based device will be called the Motorola Shules (or Sholes as the translated site calls it). Features are said to include a 3.7" touchscreen with 480x854 pixel resolution, 5MP autofocus camera with flash, 512MB/256MB internal memory, 3.5mm headset jack, HTML browser, music and video support, and will come with a 1400mAh battery and 8GB microSDHC memory card (up to 16GB is supported). All of this can be yours in Ocotober according to the Motofan.ru site.

source: Motofan.ru (translated) via EngadgetMobile


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