Motorola's EX130 is another dual-screen Android device

Motorola's EX130 is another dual-screen Android device
Some of the greatest leaks come from the most unlikely sources. The FCC is usually the go-to repository for unannounced devices in the pipeline, but the Bluetooth Special Interest Group site is responsible for this one. They revealed the Motorola EX130, which is a dual-screen Android device, like the Samsung Continuum.

Like the Samsung Continuum, the EX130's secondary display is a basic ticker, with 96x16 resolution and a monochromatic display. The primary screen is a 2.8-inch QVGA display. Other stats include 128MB of internal memory and 64MB of RAM.

Given the pretty basic specs, the EX130 looks like a budget-friendly device. But it's unique styling and novel ticker display might set it apart from other budget Android devices. According to the Bluetooth S.I.G. page, the EX130 is bound for Europe, Asia, and South America, but not the U.S.

Thanks, Philip!

source: Bluetooth SIG



3. Misanthropos

Posts: 56; Member since: Aug 03, 2010

looks strangely like a pre ripoff, minus the retard slant.

2. Chris Steel unregistered

whatever happened to the motorola motosplit?

1. skymitch89

Posts: 1453; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

I could see this phone going on to Verizon's Unleashed service, or maybe even going to Cricket. This is a really low end Android phone, even the G1 has more RAM.

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