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Motorola Unveils Defy+ Android 2.3 Phone

Motorola unveiled the Motorola Defy+, a so-called “rugged” smartphone based on Google’s Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” operating system and powered by a 1 GHz processor.

The Defy+ is designed to resist damage from water, scratches and dust, thanks to the 3.7-inch display touchscreen built with Corning Gorilla Glass, which is similar to that of the first Defy.
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AT&T Presents Motorola Atrix 4G Smartphone

Motorola made one of the biggest splashes at CES with its Atrix 4G Android phone that can also serve as a brains of a laptop dock or even as an entertainment dock to play high-def media into an HDTV.
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Motorola Defy Android phone released in India

The durable Motorola Defy Android phone is officially out in India, available at a price of Rs. 21,990 — with a best buy price of Rs. 18,990. The Android phone from Motorola adds to the company’s burgeoning offerings based on Google’s mobile OS of late, like the Motorola Flipout, Charm, and most recently Motorola Milestone XT800 (Glam).
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Motorola Brute i686 phone will be released on Sprint

The mobile phone segment is improving with each passing day as companies are merging leading technologies and new features in trendy designs. Sprint has partnered with Motorola to unleash the newest Brute i686 mobile phone.
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Motorola Defy has been released for Indian market

Motorola announced to release yet another Google Android mobile Phone ‘Motorola Defy’ in India. Motorola claims that the phone is ready for rugged use and it is water and scratch resistant as well as dustproof. The Motorola Defy runs on the Android 2.1 Éclair Operating System and it may be upgraded with Google Android 2.2 Froyo very soon. It is a slim, lightweight, powerful and also a durable mobile phone. The handset has matte black backing and a glossy screen that is made of Gorilla Glass.
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Motorola Glam (Milestone) XT800 Android Phone announced for India

There’s another Motoblur device in town for the Indian Market, and it’s nothing we haven’t seen before. Instead of the Titanium, the handset has been renamed to the Motorola Milestone XT800, or the Glam, was launched in Korea back in August, and we never heard of it again. It’s now back and ready to take India by storm.
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Motorola releases phone for text messaging

Not so long ago we wrote about new unannounced yet smartphone from Nokia with QWERTY keyboard.

Motorola tried to not fall behind its competitor, and officially announced its own QWERTY slider, named Motorola Hint QA30.
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Motorola Atrix 4G Coming to Canada’s Bell

Motorola Atrix 4G was one of the devices that stole the show at the recently concluded CES 2011. For our readers in Canada, you’ll be pleased to know that the awesome Android phone is heading your direction — courtesy of Bell.
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Motorola launches i886 phone

Google’s Android operating system is clearly designed for touch input. Everything from the large buttons to the swipe and pinch gesture support built into the OS are designed to be used with your fingers. But the thing about an open source operating system is that you can customize it any way you want. I’ve seen a handful of laptops running Android without touchscreens. And now Motorola has launched a phone which appears to be running Android without a touchscreen.
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Motorola Cliq 2 has been spotted

Motorola’s upcoming Cliq 2 handset for T-Mobile has been spotted today in a leak that suggests it will be a major upgrade. A source for Cellphone Signal said the Cliq 2, sometimes called “Begonia,” will be a high-end Android phone with a five-megapixel camera and possible calling over its 802.11n Wi-Fi. It may also permit WiFi VoIP calling. Like the original Cliq, the Cliq 2 will use a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, but here in a staggered honeycomb layout. Read the rest of this entry »

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