Look at this strangely designed phone that runs Android. Sure, it isn’t the neatest design we have ever seen, in fact it’s pretty blah, but the Motorola HS1001 is a home phone, so you won’t have to be seen with this thing. It’s basically a cordless phone upgraded to support Android.
The device will be one of the first Android-powered home phones. The HS1001 features dual WiFi to connect to its base station and a home WiFi network. Some specs include: DSPG Arm9 240 Mhz processor, 2.8 inch resistive touch screen (QVGA), 256 MB flah ROM / 128 MB RAM, MicroSD expansion slot, Powered by stock Android 1.6 (no Motoblur).
The phone should launch in the UK first, followed by a Q2 2010 United States release for about $149.