Motorola Aims To Charm QWERTY Phone Users
Motorola aims to please users who are into QWERTY smartphones, and the manufacturer has recently announced the Motorola Charm. Yes, it does look a bit like a Blackberry, but this one is on the Android platform.
Looks like Motorola is trying to grab a piece of Blackberry’s market with the launch of their Motorola Charm. The Android 2.1 smartphone looks similar to a Blackberry device and sports a 2.8-inch display and QWERTY keypad. Other features include 3-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, push email and in-call noise cancellation.
The maker also mentions some sort of Adobe (ADBE) Flash compatibility, and a unique trackpad at the rear, like the Motorola Backflip.
The Motorola Charm is expected to be available this summer exclusively in the U.S. for T-Mobile customers. No news as to whether this Android QWERTY smartphone will come to Asia yet.