Motorola smartphone 'provides easy access to internet'
8 January 2010 — 4:00 PM
Motorola's latest smartphone could encourage consumers to trade in their old mobile phone.
The Motorola BACKFLIP takes its name from its unique features which allow users to enjoy videos, music, photos and make use of a QWERTY keyboard.
Consumers may be pleased to hear that the BACKFLIP provides them with easier access to social networking websites, emails, texts and news feed.
"Since introducing our first MOTOBLUR-based device, weve remained focused on differentiating the Android experience and bringing it to new carrier partners around the globe," said Sanjay Jha, co-chief executive officer of Motorola and chief executive officer of Motorola Mobile Devices.
Features of the handset include a 3.1-inch high-resolution touch display, 3G speed and Wi-Fi access.
Motorola have built on the MOTOBLUR-based device for the handset in an attempt to make mobile phones more personal.
The release of the BACKFLIP is expected to be in the first quarter of 2010.
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