Motorola Motus: Coming To AT&T?

Posted: Nov 20 2009, 11:35am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:39pm CDT, in News | Macworld Expo

 
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If you're an AT&T customer and you don't want to use an iPhone OR a BlackBerry, some help may be en route courtesy of Motorola. Boy Genius has just come upon a blurry photo and spec list for this new smartphone, which is believed to be heading to AT&T. That hasn't been confirmed yet, but the phone most definitely exists.

It comes with support for GSM/GPRS and EDGE, tri-band 7.2Mbps HSDPA, and a 5 MP camera with an LED flash. The Motus packs a healthy 256 MB of RAM, aGPS, WiFi, and sports a 3.1" capacitive touchscreen. It has Bluetooth 2.0, a microSD slot, and a Qualcomm MSM 7201A processor. The UI will, of course, be Motoblur.

This mobile will have a full QWERTY keyboard, but it is apparently not a slider. Instead this is a "flip" phone that uses a unique mechanism. Sounds pretty cool. Updates should hit fairly soon, we'll keep following the story for you.

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