Motorola Devour has been announced today by Motorola which brings Android 1.6 (MotoBlur), a 3.1-inch touchscreen and noise cancellation, all in one package.
A few days ago, some information regarding a Motorola phone codenamed Ruth was leaked, but Devour is the next Motorola Android phone coming to Verizon.
Motorola Motoroi is the next Android phone by Motorola after the Droid/Milestone and a couple of other phones like the Motorola Backflip.
In a press conference in Seoul yesterday, Motorola announced there partnership with SK Telecom, a major Korean telecommunications company. SK Telecom will be the first one to distribute this Motorola’s latest Android phone.
Remember the photos we posted last month of another Motorola Android phone coming to AT&T? Well, it has been announced officially at the CES 2010 yesterday!
Motorola CEO, Sanjay Jha, officially unveiled Motorola’s latest Android handset, the Motorola Backflip. It features a distinctive backward-facing QWERTY keyboard and will be released to AT&T exclusively.
After T-Mobile and Verizon, it’s AT&T turn to get on the Android bandwagon.
AT&T’s first Android phone has been spotted in the wild and it’s rumoured to be Motorola Backflip. The phone has been codenamed as Motorola Enzo for now.
It’s been almost a month since Motorola Droid was released by Verizon and now we’re already hearing news of Motorola Droid 2.0 aka Sholes Tablet.
Mobile Android, a Chinese website has posted the first live photos of Sholes Tablet (codename), which looks like an upgrade to Droid.
The most-awaited release of Verizon’s Motorola Droid is just around the corner and will be the first phone to run Android 2.0.
So far, HTC Hero is the most powerful Android phone, but soon Motorola Droid will take that place, although HTC Hero will also be upgraded to Android 2.0 soon.