Excerpt: Motorola is no stranger to the world of Android. Their offerings range from low-end to high-end devices each with various different version of UI tweaks and skins. Motorola has added another mid-range device their lineup with the Flipside; a touchscreen phone offering both an optical trackpad and slide-out QWERTY keyboard. Is there room for the Flipside as part of AT&T’s Android offering, and is it worth considering? Read on below to get the scoop!
Summary: Despite its uninspired look and feel, the Motorola Flipside has a well-rounded feature set that balances a socializing agenda with corporate e-mail. That is, if you can look past the troublesome call quality.
Pros: The Motorola Flipside has a trackpad, a good keyboard, and up to 32GB of expandable memory. In a nod to business professionals, it also supports corporate e-mail through Microsoft Exchange. We appreciate the camera's post-production editing options.
Cons: It's heavy and bulky, and the Flipside's microSD card is inconveniently placed behind the back cover. The Android smartphone is hobbled by poor call quality.
Summary: Motorola announces a new Android Smartphone; The Motorola Flipside. You can manage your life without limits with Motorola Flipside, a workhorse mobile phone enhanced with Motoblur. The new Motorola Flipside mobile phone has a virtual and slide out keyboard that offers you multiple messaging options, and manages those messages for you with enhanced Motoblur featuring new filtering and customization.
Cons: Physical keyboard, Processing speed really good, Android 2.1, Below average battery life
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the Motorola Flipside , one of the mid-range Android devices announced at CTIA last month. It offers a 720 MHz processor, 3-megapixel camera, 3.1-inch display, Android 2.1, and a physical QWERTY keyboard. Is it worth buying? Part 2 of 2.
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the Motorola Flipside , one of the mid-range Android devices announced at CTIA last month. It offers a 720 MHz processor, 3-megapixel camera, 3.1-inch display, Android 2.1, and a physical QWERTY keyboard. Is it worth buying? Part 1 of 2.
Excerpt: A Motorola anunciou novos smartphones com Sistema Operacional Android, e dentre eles está o Motorola FLIPSIDE, que como o nome já sugere, trata-se de um aparelho com design slider, que consiste em um display de 3,1” touchscreen em conjunto com um teclado full-QWERTY que desliza pela lateral do aparelho.