Motorola Android Phones Launching On T-Mobile And VZW.

Posted: Jun 23 2009, 9:50am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:01pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Apparently, Android is the proving ground for mobile manufacturers who want to boost their standing in the market. Motorola's trying to get 'back in the game' in a big way with two new Android smartphones, both due before the end of 2009. Their first new mobile, the Motorola Morrison, will be hitting T-Mo's network soon.

We haven't actually received confirmation from Motorola that the Morrison is their new smartphone, but considering that the current leaks describe Motorola's T-Mobile offering as a social-networking QWERTY slider, I'm not sure what else it could be. If the smartphone fits...

Verizon Wireless will also be working with Vodafone this year to launch a Moto-made Android device. Again, the model isn't known, but our friends at seem to think the Motorola Calgary is the most likely choice. It's another QWERTY slider focused towards social networking. Starting to notice a pattern?

Information on pricing and release date has yet to leak. We'll update you as soon as it does.

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