First Images Of The Motorola Morrison Out

Posted: Jun 22 2009, 11:55am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:00pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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The picture above you is the first photo of the upcoming Motorola Morrison, yet another one of the new Android smartphones hitting T-Mobile later this year. We know very little about the Morrison as of yet, but we can glean a few things from the picture.

For one thing, stylistically it looks more like a phone built for kids or teenagers than a 'grown-up' smartphone. Engadget thinks it could be the first Android phone built for the youth market. While I'll agree that the coloration is a little odd, it's very possible that Motorola just made a piss-poor decorative choice. I really hope we get more color options than blue and white on this baby.

The keyboard and screen for the Morrison both look perfectly serviceable. Unfortunately, that's about all we can say at this point in the game. T-Mo's next line of Android devices are just starting to come into bloom, so we should have more information for you when the leaks really start to hit over the next month or so.

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