Verizon and T-Mobile to offer Android-powered Motorola phones

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Verizon and T-Mobile to offer Android-powered Motorola phones
It looks like Verizon and T-Mobile have plans to roll out Android-powered phones, manufactured by the once-flourishing company of Motorola. According to people that are said to be familiar with the matter, the smartphones should be available before the end of this year, The Wall Street Journal informs.

As always, details about the phones are scarce, just some hints that give slight idea of what to expect. T-Mobile’s Motorola handset will probably be the Morrison, as it is said to be a side-slider, mounting a touch-sensitive screen. Its key features will be directed towards socializing users, with “a range of built-in social-networking software” like Facebook and Twitter. Verizon’s device will have the same form-factor, sporting both a slide-out keyboard and touchscreen. Unfortunately, more info is currently unavailable.

source: WSJ


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