Tag Archives: Blur

Motorola Atrix HD Available Today For $99 From AT&T

Motorola’s newest handset, the Atrix HD, is now available from AT&T for a reasonable $99. The latest iteration in the Atrix family features a 4.5-inch 1280 x 720 HD display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. Users will also get an 8-megapixel rear camera, 1..3-megapixel front-facing camera and 8GB of on-board storage. The Atrix HD runs… Read more

The Motorola Charm

Seriously Motorola… What the he… Patience, patience. When I first saw this phone I was.. well, I was something. The more I look at it, the more I like it. What you see above is a new device outed in some T-Mobile training materials known as the Motorola Charm. All we know right now is that it’s rockin’ BLUR 2.1 and that it has a strangely inviting… Read more

Zeppelin, in the…flesh?

The last phone in that leaked Motorola roadmap (first image below) has finally been spotted in the wild. The Zepellin (second image) is said to me launching on T-Mobile US on March 10th, packing March 10th release date. 3.2-inch display, 5 MP cam, GPS, and MotoBlur. If you’re reading this on the DroidDog homepage, click on through for the Zeppelin… Read more

Android 2.0 hits Korea via MOTOROI, UPDATED with video!

Motorola announced its third Android in Asia and sixth worldwide today, joining the Zhishan, Zhiling, Backflip, Droid and Cliq/Dext in the company’s Android portfolio. Features include 3.7 inch, high-definition WVGA (480X854) display; an 8 megapixel camera with Xenon flash and a 720p HD camcorder; HDMI-out; Wi-Fi (duh); 3.5mm audio jack; internal storage up… Read more

Devour in silver

The phone we used to know as Motorola’s Calgary is now Devour and we already knew that it would be Verizon’s cheap alternative to the Droid. Motoblur was also widely suspected, but we haven’t expected a silver device since those very early concept leaks. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi have been confirmed, so a lower screen rez, weaker specs, and the 3MP cam are likely… Read more

Motorola Motus, a.k.a. Backflip: first image and specs

This is preliminary leaked info, so pretty much everything is subject to change. Still, what we’re seeing makes sense and lines up with FCC docs so this is probably at least close to what we can expect in the final product. Android and Me has posted the image below, which depicts a phone with a reverse keyboard – i.e., when the phone is closed, a QWERTY is… Read more