Mobile fans to sell their old handsets to buy a Motorola Flipout?
12 August 2010 — 2:48 PM
Consumers who want to purchase a smartphone may want to sell their old mobile so they can use the cash to invest in a Motorola Flipout.
According to a review on CNET UK, the Flipout has a square design with a swivelling screen and a full qwerty keypad.
The handset comes with Google's Android 2.1, which means mobile users can download an array of apps, from photo-editing applications to games.
Live widgets are featured on the device, which means individuals can go on Twitter and Facebook without having to load a separate page or open up a new app.
The review author said one of the mobile's strengths is it grabs contacts from social networking sites and merges them and puts them in the handset's address book.
"Since all of that information is then stored in the cloud, you'll never lose your phone book if you misplace your handset," the writer added.
One of Motorola's rivals, Nokia, has recently launched its Nokia X3, which comes with pre-installed apps, PC Advisor reported.
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