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Motorola Backflip now available from AT&T for $99

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on March 7th, 2010

The Motorola Backflip has an unusual form factor and if you like what it is offering, you’ll be happy to know that the Motorola Backflip is now available on AT&T’s website. You can get the backwards folding phone for just $99, after rebate and the two-year contract agreement.

Some features of the Motorola Backflip include the ability to do backflips all day long, Android 1.5 (upgradable to 2.1), a 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD card expansion up to 32GB and a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen display.

Motorola Backflip available now with AT&T

Posted in Mobile Phones by Darrin Olson on March 7th, 2010

Motorola Backflip available for sale with AT&TJust as expected, AT&T has made the Motorola Backflip available today marking the first Android iPhone competitor available through the carrier with more to follow. The Backflip is available for $100 with a 2-year contract or $350 straight up. So, who’s in? Or are you going to wait to see what the other four AT&T Android phones are bringing?

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AT&T removes Google for Yahoo Search on Motorola Backflip

Posted in AT&T by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2010

AT&T’s first Android phone won’t be shipping with Google Search. Instead, the Motorola Backflip’s home screen will feature a Yahoo Search widget, and the browser will run Yahoo searches by default. In fact it will be the first Android device with Yahoo as the main search engine.

Obviously appeasing Apple is high on AT&Ts priority list. We can’t really see what else this move does. It just says hey, we love Apple and fear them. There are four other AT&T Android phones coming soon, and we wonder if they will follow suit.

Motorola BACKFLIP from AT&T

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2010

AT&T will be selling the Android-powered Motorola BACKFLIP starting March 7. This marks the first device sold by AT&T which runs the Android operating system. The price is $199.99 with a 2-year contract and a smartphone data plan.

So it hit up online or head down to a brick-and-mortar store on that date. Motorola debuted the new device back in January. It combines a reverse QWERTY flip keyboard with a custom Android (Android) operating system supporting the company’s MOTOBLUR technology.

The Motorola MOTOSPLIT

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2010

According to Motorola, the company plans to out a whole bunch of Android phones in 2010. This render suggests that the MOTOSPLIT might be one of them. Like the Samsung Alias 2, the MOTOSPLIT features a keyboard with tiny touch screens for keys. This one can also slide out in landscape or portrait, with the mini screens updating on the fly.

The downside here is that the specs will be more or less the same as the Backflip. Anyway its just a rumor for now. We’ll see if anything comes of it. If you believe it, Motorola expects the phone to be ready for Q3.

Mystery Motorola Android prototype spotted in Brazil

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2010

Look what Gizmodo Brazil has uncovered. A Motorola Android prototype that has never been seen. It was apparently shown to employees of the company last week. So just what is this? Well it looks like a keyboardless version of the Backflip that was shown at CES. The whole general aesthetic, Android build (1.5) and software skin (Motoblur) all fit with the Backflip.

Whatever the case, who knows if we will ever see this phone. It would fit nicely in Verizon or AT&T’s lineup. But since the first pics of this prototype device have shown up in a market far from the US, chances are we will never have it to hold and adore.

iControlPad is finally available

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 8th, 2011

The iControlPad has been under development for a long time, but now it has finally started shipping and it’s available to buy for $75. It will make your smartphone games a lot more enjoyable, making it feel more like a traditional handheld console.

The iControlPad began as a simple adapter with a dock connector that allowed you to connect to smartphone emulators, but now it connects via Bluetooth and opens the doors to other devices like the Motorola Backflip, Blackberry Touch, and G1 as well as the iPhone.



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