Motorola HS1001 Cordless Phone Coming This Summer, Engadget Gets a Look
It seems those Android home phone rumors that surfaced a few months back just might be coming to fruition. Earlier today it was announced that Motorola will be bringing the Motorola HS1001 Android Cordless Phone to the US this summer. Made by the company Binatone, the device will be branded with the name Motorola and sell for around $150.00. The phone will be WIFI equipped, feature a 2.9-inch touch display, and include a browser. Unfortunately, however, the phone will not have any Marketplace support.
I should note that the handset will come with a speaker-equipped charging station, which will enable you to play your favorite music while docked! Pretty cool! It’s no Nexus One or Desire, but will serve as a fine home calling option (home phones still exist?). Lucky for us, Engadget got a look at one! We thank them for these images! So Android people, will you be getting this handset?
Image Source: Engadget
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