Full Motorola Devour Specs Surface

The full list of specs for the Droid Devour from Motorola have unearthed and they are remarkably unremarkable.  On paper, the next Android-based handset from Verizon looks much like the Cliq and Backflip.  Don’t get us wrong; we’re not saying that’s a bad thing.  Everyone has a form factor that speaks to them and the Devour offers another ‘look’ for Verizon customers.

Most of today’s smarthphone buyers are just graduating from features phones and aren’t too concerned with the specs.  As time goes, that may change.  The bottom line is this – If you are looking for a high end device, the Devour is not it.  On the other hand, if you are new to Android and like the idea of MotoBlur on your Verizon handset… well you get the picture.

The full specs, according to a document received by Android Central:

  • 3.1-inch touchscreen at 320×480.
  • Dimensions: 4.55×2.4×0.61 inches
  • Android 1.6 with MOTOBLUR
  • Weight: 6.35 ounces
  • Talk time: Up to 340 minutes
  • Standby time: Up to 440 hours
  • Horizontal slider keyboard.
  • 3-megapixel camera.
  • EVDO Rev. A., WiFi b/g, aGPS
  • Bluetooth with A2DP
  • 8GB MicroSD card, expandable up to 16GB.
  • Speakerphone.
  • VCAST music with Rhapsody.

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. Polymira
    February 03, 11:12 Reply

    I swear, the low end phones always have the nicer keyboards..

    Better spacing between keys, dedicated number row.

    Ughh…. My droid keyboard hates me.

  2. Pulldovr
    February 03, 16:23 Reply

    the only this is BLUR is currently only used with Android 1.5 … Cliq users are waiting for an update to either 1.6 or 2.0 or 2.1 .. whichever they are upgrading to but there is definitely no reason to put out a 1.6 version without updating the other 1.5 BLURs out there …

  3. Ratnok
    February 03, 13:10 Reply

    Smaller screen, worse camera, old Android version= fail.

    Where are the “FULL SPECS?” Like processor speed? On-board memory? Camera flash? Trackpad? Dedicated camera shutter? PRICE???? This thing better be a free phone or at the most $75. You can get the Eris (a better phone) for $99.

  4. @dgoard
    February 03, 18:26 Reply

    Whats with new phones coming out with Android 1.6. Lame!

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