Blackberry-esque Motorola Charm Bound for T-Mobile
Another Motorola handset has been spotted in what is said to be T-Mobile training documents. Staying true to Motorola’s track record, they’ve brought yet another form factor to the table. Aside from Android 2.1 and enchanced MOTOBLUR, there’s nothing to share at this point. Obviously, we’re looking at a 4-row QWERTY design but that’s all that’s known. Given T-Mobile’s history and the general feel of the design, we’re thinking mid-range at best.
It should be noted that one slide claims the Cliq and Cliq XT will receive “most enhancements” found on the Charm. We assume this to be the newer MOTOBLUR with resizable widgets as well as general Android 2.1 goodies. Speaking of which, there’s only a few days left in the month. Will Motorola roll out the promised 2.1 update in time?
Head to engadget if you’d like to see the other three images from the training materials.
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