Motorola Announces 7 Android Phones: Bravo, Citrus, Defy, Droid Pro, Flipout, Flipside, Spice


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  1. phandroid

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    You don’t exactly have to hold on to your high-end hats, but maybe you should be blown away by Motorola’s pre-CTIA announcement of 7 Android Phones and 3 Blue Tooth Accessories. You won’t be blown away because these are all spec smashing phones that YOU would want, but they’re phones that teenagers, women, and first [...]

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  2. GeorgeinLA

    GeorgeinLA Well-Known Member

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    I'm happy that the Droid Pro is not the rumored Droid 2 World Edition (that would've replaced the current Droid 2).
     
  3. Impulser

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    Great step for Motorola and Android :).

    They all look like promising phones. I tend to like Defy the best out of the information they gave.
    Definitely what I like to hear. It's also very slim and of course powered by the wonderful Android :)
     
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    Teh Bravo for AT&T competes with HTC Aria with a bigger screen and faster CPU. Hopefully it hits the stores real soon!
     
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    Interesting strategy, these are all phones that the "casual" smart phone user would use. I actually like the design of a few of them.
     
  6. Yancha-Bozu

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    I grabbed the XT300 (Spice) and can say (not as a teenage girl :p ) that it is a great phone. Best deal around for getting to know android.

    Bought it for $200 cash from Mobilicity, and prompty unlocked it and am using it with my current Fido account. Just a tip, a lot of the unlockers I talked to told me I couldn't use it with FIdo, but this phone has teh GSM bands, in addition to the AWS. so it will work with Rogers, Fido etc.
     
  7. Micheal73

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    Nice features in the new model of Motorola. But in Motorola was not captured Asian mobile market, which is biggest electronic market.
     

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