charm 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.

charm Motorola Aims To Charm QWERTY Phone Users

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.

Source: CNN