More Details on the Motorola Flipout Leak Out
Android Central has given us some more details about the new Motorola Flipout coming soon to AT&T.
The phone is going to be running Android 2.1 with version 1.5 of Blur, and will have the option to resize widgets, but it doesn’t have the best screen resolution.
With only a 2.8″ screen, the resolution is only about 120 pixels, but coming from Motorola, we can be assured that it’s a quality product, just designed for low-end users. It is; however, running some processor clocked s at 720MHz, so in all, not a bad little device. Very fast.
I should also mention that the device still comes with the standard Android goodies like Google Navigation, even though Yahoo appears to be the default search. Oh, and side-loading isn’t available out-of-the-box, but we all know a little workaround for that, don’t we? (ROOT!)
Source: Android Central
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