Motorola Brings Trackball Back for Quench XT5

In terms of Android hardware, one thing we haven’t seen much of is trackballs.  With most companies opting for touch-only or optical trackpads, trackballs are few and far between.  In fact, the T-Mobile myTouch series of phones are pretty much the only place to find them here in the ...

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Motorola XT502 Greco Hits FCC

The Motorola XT502 “Greco” handset has been spotted again, this time loitering around the offices of the FCC. The touch-only device which was first found at the Bluetooth SIG appears like it might be getting its AT&T (WCDMA bands II and V) stripes.

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Rogers Social View – What’s In A Name

Most recent Canadian Mobile news has rumoured a new service called Social View from Rogers Wireless. Up until now, no one could figure out what it was, although we all could safely assume it had something to do with amalgamation of social networking services. Here is the official description: a ...

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Motorola Release: Bell Gets DEXT, Rogers Gets Quench

Enter the Motorola DEXT and Motorola DEXT (Round of applause). Despite MotoBlur not being among the most popular of the Android flavours, I am quite excited to see it enter the Canadian market. We will see soon, as there is no official release date, what MotoBlur is all about when Rogers ...

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MOTOBLUR Handsets Coming To Canada

We have some good news this morning for Canadians. According to the team over at Boy Genius Report, MOTOBLUR will be coming to all three major Canadian carriers in the form of the Motorola DEXT, the Motorola BACKFLIP, and the Motorola QUENCH tablet. Unfortunately we do not have any news on who ...

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MWC 2010: Hands On a Few Motorola Devices [VIDEO]

Here is a short overview of the latest Motorola Android phones, including the QUENCH/CLICK XT and the BACKFLIP. The QUENCH looks OK but not as good as the model for the Korean (MOTOROI) and Chinese (XT800 and MT710) markets. The BACKFLIP is a very odd design choice with the keyboard facing down ...

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