05
Oct
image

Even though they were the last major carrier in the US to release an Android phone, you can't question AT&T's commitment to Android now! Their latest offerings are all from Motorola and all feature the MOTOBLUR UI, but are still a huge step up from phones like the Cliq and the Backflip.

Each runs Android 2.1 with MOTOBLUR on top and feature a lackluster 3.2 megapixel camera. However, that is where the similarities between the phones end. First up, we gothe highest-end offering, the Bravo, featuring:

  • 800 MHz processor
  • 2 GB internal memory
  • 3.7-inch, 854 x 480 screen
  • No physical keyboard

Then you have the Flipout, which we've seen a few times before. Not much has changed since, but we do have these official specs:

  • 720 MHz processor
  • 512 MB internal memory
  • 2.8" QVGA screen (same as the Charm)
  • Square physical keyboard

And finally, what seems to be the replacement for the Backflip, the Flipside:

  • 720 MHZ processor
  • 512 MB internal memory
  • 3.1" HVGA screen
  • Normal, sliding keyboard
  • Abnormally large trackpad

While none of these offer anything power users will lust after (the Captivate still takes that spot on AT&T), they should do a good job getting Android into the hands of casual users. And props to Motorola for raising the bar on what constitutes a mid-range phone.

image image image

Source: AT&T (1) (2) (3)

Quantcast