Motorola's Morrison shows off Android UI, T-Mobile branding

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Motorola's Morrison shows off Android UI, T-Mobile branding
The story is that a Motorola employee put down a working model of the Morrison and that little opening allowed for a quick snapshot of the handset. We can easily detect the Android OS on the display, along with the Moto logo and the T-Mobile brand.  The last time we showed you photos of this device, the display could not be seen and a glare prevented readers from making out the function of each button. Now we can tell you that the buttons are 1) back, 2) home and 3) call/menu/action. The Morrison is black and blue in the new picture as opposed to the white and blue seen previously. Pricing, carrier availability and launch date are all still up in the air.

Motorola Morrison Preliminary Specifications

source: phandroid via TmoNews, EngadgetMobile



3. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

wtf thought it was t-mo? coloring is better than before and

1. tmofanboy432

Posts: 139; Member since: Jan 12, 2009

i already know the comment are gonna say that this phone looks cheap,childish or whatever but i really like this phone its pretty awesome looking and plus it has android and a full keyboard what else could you want lol

2. Shelbz

Posts: 9; Member since: Jun 09, 2009

It does look cheap and childish but no better/worse than the recent run of LG and Samsung touchscreen phones for AT&T. If they price this right, it could take the tween market that goes for that run of phones.

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