I like this phone more when closed than when open. The swivel system makes it smaller and easier to insert in the jeans’ pocket or purse. It’s called Motorola Flitout and features the Motorola Motoblur interface with direct access to messages, friends and widgets.
The Motorola Android phone also has a 2.8-inch touchscreen display of 262K colors, like all the modern handsets, and you can rotate it open to reveal the QWERTY keypad. It is a social phone with access to MySpace, Facebook, Twitter and other networks, allowing you to block those updates that you don’t want to read.
Additionally, Flipout comes with a smart battery manager, the CrystalTalk PLUS noise-suppression technology for clear voice communications in crowded places, and a dynamic phonebook that automatically collects contacts from the social networks with profile image and status.
Specifications include a 720MHz processor, 512 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM, a 2 GB microSD card, the Android HTML WebKit with Adobe Flash Lite, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, mobile broadband, built-in 3MP camera with zoom and fixed focus, email options, instant messaging, FM radio, 3.5-mm jack, USB charging, eCompass/aGPS, accelerometer, quad-band support, and up to 32GB memory.
The handset will soon be available at AT&T.
Source: Motorola Press Release[shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="12014820"] [shareaholic app="recommendations" id="12014828"]