Motorola Intros BACKFLIP Android Phone with MOTOBLUR

7 Jan 2010 | Android , CES , Motorola , Smartphone | 6 comments


CES 2010 - Motorola has announced the latest addition to its Android portfolio, the Motorola BACKFLIP, featuring MOTOBLUR, Motorola's content delivery service that syncs contacts, posts, messages, photos from different websites and send them directly to your home screen.

Powered by Android 1.5, the BACKFLIP features a 3.1-inch (320 x 480 pixels) 256k color TFT touchscreen, 5 megapixel camere with auto-focus and LED flash, ability to capture video, 2GB of memory with support for up to 32GB, 3.5mm headset jack, 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi and a full HTML browser.

The Motorola BACKFLIP will begin shipping worldwide in the first quarter of 2010. No pricing has been revealed.

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by kelvin on Jan 7, 2010

i need a market from you

by john on Jan 7, 2010

what market? it's launching worldwide.

by PDA Champ on Jan 7, 2010

Most impressive!

by user on Jan 7, 2010

Android 1.5...the current is 2.1...sorry moto... go back in hibernation...

by curtis on Jan 7, 2010

Will this be getting a free update to Android 2.1 after the launch?

by wok on Feb 26, 2010

Up grades to 2.1 will be provied free of charge.