Motorola brings out the Motokey Social, an affordable phone for the Facebook crowd

Motorola brings out the Motokey Social, an affordable phone for the Facebook crowd
Well, it looks like the Motorola EX225, which was spotted over at the Bluetooth SIG web site not long ago, is now official. Bearing the Motokey Social name, the phone already has its spot on the manufacturer's web page. What's more is that the handset is listed as coming soon, meaning that it might not be long before it lands on a shelf near you.

Just like the HTC ChaCha and Salsa, the Motokey Social has its own dedicated Facebook button that lets you access your account and share content with your online buddies with the push of a button. It also offers a portrait QWERTY keyboard for easy typing and a 2.4-inch capacitive touchscreen with QVGA resolution. Besides, you get a 3-megapixel fixed focus camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, an FM radio, a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack, and a 910mAh battery that should provide 480 minutes of continuous usage time. In terms of software, the Motokey Social runs a proprietary platform, which expectedly offers deep social networking integration, access to email and a web browser.

At this time, pricing and availability are still anyone's guess. However, with such a modest specs sheet, the Motokey Social is likely to be marketed as an affordable handset, which would be the perfect holiday gift for pretty much any teenager out there.

source: Motorola

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