andrew, 02 Jun 2010the design is a complete replica of nokia 7705 twistYou keep mentioning 7705, but somehow I can't even find this phone here in GSM arena, any photo?
tictactaylor, 02 Jun 2010Shame the screen is not protected by the flip, unusual design that looks bulky. Why do Moto ma... moreYou call this phone huge? At 67mm x 67mm, it's about "half" of Blackberry / almighty brand E-series with full qwerty keypad.
This phone is actually about the size of SE X10 MINI, or else, how much smaller you want this phone to be? The good old Panasonic GD55? Would you like to browse the internet on such "supersize" screen?
Or else, when did the almighty brand ever made anything as small? Motorola is know to make one of the thinnest phone with slide-out qwerty keypad, the Milestone.
Leave it to Motorola for peculiarly-designed, yet great functioning phones. Everyone thought the Backflip is a failed design, yet it sells a lot. With its unique compact form factor, I'm sure the Flipout will find a niche market.
i will be waiting 4 u in indonesia... please...flipout is awsome...
jajajaja this looks so tiny and beautiful, good desing MOTO.
But i prefer big screens like 4.1 XD
Shame the screen is not protected by the flip, unusual design that looks bulky. Why do Moto make HUGE phones? Otherwise, looks fantastic, and sure to be a crowd puller, like initially was the V3, prefer to see a V3 with Android and as slim and sleek as V3
gsmarena please review this phone
i must buy one yellow color
TI OMAP3410 600 MHz
RAM 512 MB ROM 512 MB
well done moto
keep this way to get victory
we love you
we like your phone
come soon to world wide
this is true spec :
Experience Social messaging
Form Factor Rotator keyboard
Social Messaging Service MOTOBLUR™ 1.5
Operating System Android™ v2.1
Processor TI OMAP3410
Processor Clock Speed 600 MHz
RAM 512 MB
Flash ROM 512 MB
User Storage Available (max) 150 MB
Memory Card Type microSDHC, Class 6
Memory Card Size Supported (max) 32 GB
Input Types Directional keys
Home/Menu/Back touch-sensitive buttons
Keyboard: physical, on-screen
Touch screen: capacitive
Size (diagonal) 2.8 in (small)
Resolution 320 x 240 (QVGA)
Pixel Density 120 dpi (low)
Primary Orientation Landscape
Number of Colors Up to 16M
Additional Camera Features Geotagging
Kodak Perfect Touch
Video Recording Resolution (max) 352 x 288 (CIF)
Video Recording Frame Rate (max) 25 fps
Video Playback Resolution (max) 352 x 288 (CIF)
Video Playback Frame Rate (max) 30 fps
Email Protocols Exchange ActiveSync 2003 and 2007
Anonymous, 02 Jun 2010What a beautiful little phone. A true work of art. Thank you Motorola, I will get this the mom... morebeautiful piece of work my ace. I'm sure you'll get this "as soon" as its released.. atleast wait to read a few reviews before deciding to buy this square block fone.
Wtf is the point of this phone? Motorola keeps making weird designs for no good reason.
What a beautiful little phone. A true work of art. Thank you Motorola, I will get this the moment it is released.
Its so obviously going to Europe only... just check for the 3g network...