More Motorola Greco Details and Pictures

In an article over at given to us by our friend Kenneth Pennington, some new pics and info have surfaced about another upcoming Motorola handset, the Greco.

A couple of interesting developments have come to light about this handset.  First, it is going to China, and not AT&T as we’d heard before. Second, it will not have Motoblur installed.  Instead, it will have a vanilla install of Android 2.1.  This falls in line with  rumors that Motoblur may be on the way out, which I know will make many people, including our own Scotty Brown, pretty happy.

The specs for the Greco are as follows:

  • 3.2″ HVGA TFT screen (480 x 320)
  • Android 2.1 without Moto Blur skin
  • 5-megapixel camera w/ LED flash and auto-focus
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • GPS, A-GPS navigation
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • MicroUSB and microSD
  • Trackball
  • 1230mAh Lithium Battery

There is no info on processor or on-board storage, but it looks to b a good mid-level device.  No word if the handset will also come to America or Europe yet.  Is this handset the beginning of the end of Motoblur?  We shall see!

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  1. @mikedfunk
    July 08, 12:31 Reply

    I sure hope this spells the end of motoblur. It's a great idea on paper but the problem is it slows down the phone and eats up battery like a mother. I just switched my home screen to a 3rd party one and used Astro to "ignore" the happenings widget and my battery life has doubled. My happenings widget still crashes multiple times a day and I don't even use it! Also the universal inbox is extremely slow. It's about 5x as fast to go to gmail from the notification bar than it is in the universal inbox. Not to mention how long it's taking them to port motocrap to 2.1! Argh!

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