however this time is so late for review this phone
hop to review motorola phone more fast like your favorite brands !
little higher price i think,but its design is unrepeatable,i like motorola's shiny design not too specifications
brynn, 16 Sep 2010heard about this on fones show chat,i think its a great little device but mainly something dif... moreMoto started to make Android flip phone already...the XT806/XT810 in China, except both are designed for "both" GSM and the 3G network (TD-SCDMA & CDMA) network in China, hence the pricetag is rather hefty...around US$865!
heard about this on fones show chat,i think its a great little device but mainly something different,,good old moto but please get back to clamshells ie android rzr clamshelll,,yesyes
Andry, 04 Sep 2010I wish to bring this one from Thailand to Israel (for my son). Will this work in Israel GSM ne... moreI have a flipout which i intend to use in israel so i hope it does =] all of my uk gsm phones work in israel this should work too.
ace , 06 Sep 2010i wanna have it but i only have a few hundred peso... can anyone help me out?Why not i got a job for you in my club late night dancing for dollars
garymazza, 08 Sep 2010Nice specs, interesting phone. Low retail price can I assume?Costs around US$365 unlock without contract in China.
i wanna have it but i only have a few hundred peso... can anyone help me out?
I wish to bring this one from Thailand to Israel (for my son). Will this work in Israel GSM network? thanks
Kiran, 02 Sep 2010Could u pls tell me some one, when this model getting launch in indiacnfirmed about its launch in india..within a months time..mrp. 16,999.
Anonymous, 29 Aug 2010We brought you the first pictures of the AT&T version of the Motorola Flipout, and now it'... moreThanks for your quick review. In HK we will get it in Sept and I think my wife will like it.
Also quite interesting to see how AT&T gets Flipout and Tmobile gets the Charm....
i just got mine today in shanghai... it is unlocked with respect to the networks but locked in the applications the android should be open to... i just hope that back home, i can access the android market! :) pretty cutie phone :)
We brought you the first pictures of the AT&T version of the Motorola Flipout, and now it's time to drop off a truckload of info on the device. Let's do so in handy bullet form, shall we?
The phone runs the updated version of Motoblur 1.5 -- but it's not what you find on the Droid X and Droid 2.
The operating system is Android 2.1 (update1, we presume).
Widgets are resizeable, like on the Droid X and Droid 2.
There are filtering options for your social networks, so you're not completely deluged with information.
The 2.8-inch screen (at the old-school 320x240 resolution) is described as "garbage" with a low, low 120 pixels per inch. (Hey, it's not mean to be high-end.)
That said, the body of the phone and build quality are said to be top-notch, which is no surprise for Motorola. We may not like the design, but, dammit, they can certainly build things well.
Benchmarks: 26FPS on nenamark, 444 on quadrant, 5.8MFlops on linpack, but it's topping out on gears and 2dfps at 30FPS.
The phone is pretty speedy, with its OMAP processor running at 720MHz and PowerVR SGX 530 GPU.
This is AT&T we're talking about, so there is no app sideloading, but like the Backflip and Aria and Captivate, you can use ADB or the Android Sideload Wonder Machine to install the .apk files.
Google Navigation is in, and Google is the default search,
unlike on the Backflip. Yahoo is the homepage, but that is changed easily