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Motorola Backflip
Mark Peters : March 9th 2010 - 07:50 CET
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MotorolaMotorola Backflip Android Smartphone : We first ran into the new Motorola Backflip Smartphone during the Sneak Preview, an event preceding the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 in Las Vegas. The CES is the most important consumer electronics show of the world. Before that, it was mostly a rumor going around about a new Motorola Smartphone with a unique design. And the design of the Motorola Backflip handset is indeed unique. Although the Backflip smartphone from Motorols is no high-end phone, it still has some unique qualities; a bit of a different design, a touch panel on the back of the display(!), and a back with a keypad. Additionally, the display can be almost entirely ‘turned around’ to then be positioned above the keypad.

Motorola Backflip

Motorola Backflip
It all sounds a bit simple, but actually it isn’t. When you first get your hands on the Motorola Backflip cell phone you have to take a good look. Quickly you will see the ingenious handset design, which is truly a unique design! The Motorola Backflip mobile phone runs on Android OS, how could it be anything else. That actually makes it a matter of fact that the social networks such as Facebook and Twitter are completely supported.

Backflip

Motorola Android Smartphone
The display has a 3.1-inch format and delivers an HVGA (320x480 pixels) resolution. With a weight of 133 grams and dimensions of 53x108x15.3 mm, the new Motorola Android Smartphone has a nice and compact format and is stable to handle. Additionally, the Motorola Backflip smartphone is equipped with an auto focus camera and a LED flash. It also has a 5 Megapixels resolution, as it seems to be that the Mobile World Congress 2010 has chosen 5 Megapixels as a standard resolution, which is remarkable! Especially seeing the Megapixel race that appeared to have begun recently…

Android Smartphone

Motorola Backflip features
Someone at Motorola mobile had an ingenious idea and this was able to develop it to the final design of the Backflip. We are talking about the so-called touchpad that is found on the back of the front display. According to Motorola, this is a handy solution to use the format of the display as effectively as possible without it being covered partially by the fingers each time. We tried it out in practice and surprisingly enough it works pretty well.

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Motorola Backflip picture frame
The Motorola Backflip’s display can also be rotated so that you use the Motorola Smartphone as a digital, picture frame (landscape format). You can also activate the alarm clock function, or turn it into a digital photo frame.

Backflip review

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Surprising and well thought out! A known Motorola function, MotoBlur, is also included in the Motorola Backflip smartphone. It is a very handy cell phone, and has a clearly laid-out organization of social networks, such as MySpace, Twitter and Facebook.

Motorola Backflip Smartphone

Motorola Backflip review
We hope to have the Motorola Backflip cell phone at the office shortly so that we can review it extensively. The first Motorola Android smartphone is unique in many aspects, has handy software applications and thereby distinguishes itself from the masses. As soon as a Motorola review sample is made available, a complete Motorola Backflip review will be published with a high resolution photo gallery.

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