Motorola reveals DEVOUR handset
4 February 2010 — 6:20 PM
Motorola has announced its DEVOUR handset will be launched in March and will be the first Verizon Wireless phone to feature MOTOBLUR.
Features will include pre-loaded applications including Google Search, Google Maps, You Tube, Google Talk and Gmail.
The handset also boasts a 3.1-inch touch screen and a touch-sensitive navigation pad, while more than 20,000 additional applications can be accessed by users via the Android Market.
MOTOBLUR brings easy access to social networking, keeping users up to date with wall posts, status and photo updates on the home screen.
A slide-out QWERTY keyboard allows for responses to be easily sent by users.
The smartphone could be an attractive upgrade option for consumers and businesses considering mobile recycling.
Recent research by Motorola revealed that 87 per cent of Brits share content across devices on a regular basis, while at home and on the move.
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