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Motorola Devour now official

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Feb 2010 14:41 User comments (5)

Motorola Devour now official After months of leaks and rumors, Verizon has officially unveiled the Motorola Devour, and will begin selling it in March.
Touted as a younger brother to the DROID, the new phone will have the MOTOBLUR interface and run Android 1.6, at least at launch.

The Devour has a slider QWERTY keypad, a 3.1-inch HVGA screen and an optical trackpad. It will use Verizon's EV-DO Rev, 3G and has Wi-Fi b/g and Stereo Bluetooth support. The GPS receiver and 3.2MP camera are standard.

The device will come bundled with an 8GB microSD memory card.

No word on pricing yet.


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5 user comments

13.2.2010 15:13

Looks nice.

23.2.2010 16:55

Looks like a mini driod

33.2.2010 18:51

The keyboard looks exactly like the Motorolla Rival A455.

43.2.2010 23:35

looks real nice, except for one thing. There is too much boarder around the screen. The screen looks small because they dont utilize the space around to make the screen larger. Either make the phone smaller, or make the screen bigger.

54.2.2010 16:38

Originally posted by dragnandy:
looks real nice, except for one thing. There is too much boarder around the screen. The screen looks small because they dont utilize the space around to make the screen larger. Either make the phone smaller, or make the screen bigger.
then they wont have all the features u want or the long battery life.

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