On Sale Now: AT&T’s Motorola Backflip for $99
It’s official, you can now get an Android handset on the carrier of your choice. That is of course, you pick from the top 4 providers in the United States. Starting today, the Motorola Backflip is available on AT&T for $99 with a 2-year agreement and a mail-in rebate (via AT&T Promotion Card). The 3G capable handset features a 5 megapixel camera, a flip QWERTY, and MOTOBLUR. For those of you into that sort of thing, the Backflip offers a 528 MHz processor, 256MB RAM, and 512MB ROM.
If you’re relatively new to Android, MOTOBLUR provides a custom interface designed for social network enthusiasts. Below are a few bullet points to help you get a better understanding of what it does for you.
- Your friends and Facebook™, MySpace and Twitter updates, along with your latest emails, news and favorite apps and widgets. All just the way you like them.
- Continuously syncs your phone and email contacts with your friends from Facebook™, MySpace and Twitter. Automatically.
- Delivers your texts, emails and messages in one unified inbox.
- MOTOBLUR continuously updates and backs up your information into a secure environment. So you’re connected and protected, even if you lose your phone.
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