Motorola Motus AT&T rumor gains momentum

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Resource Engadget reported that he had received new information on the smartphone Motorola Motus based on Android. This device is already known by hearsay, and, appearing even fairly detailed list of its characteristics. The device is equipped with a 3.1-inch capacitive touch display with a resolution of 320x480 pixels, 5 megapixel camera slot for microSD memory cards and GPS receiver. He also supports the cellular networks of second-and third-generation wireless Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

But one of the most interesting aspects of this device is perhaps its construction. Initially it was thought that this is a slider with a QWERTY keyboard. But now, a source told the unusual form factor, Motorola Motus details. It turns out, folding keyboard, it is expanded back, and the display can be arranged not only horizontally but at an angle to the keyboard. In such a situation is particularly convenient to watch movies on your mobile device or use it as an alarm clock. Engadget also reported that Motorola Motus has a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash. Moreover, it is placed on the side of the keyboard buttons, so that is convenient to use as a web camera.

Also, Engadget has confirmed that the smartphone Motorola Motus is based on Qualcomm MSM7201A processor with a clock frequency of 528 MHz and running interface MOTOBLUR, supplementing the core operating system Android. He also noted that the novelty will be sold to the U.S. operator AT & T, but it will not until April or May 2010. Probably, and in other regions, this model also appear.