Motorola Launched FLIPOUT with MOTOBLUR in Brazil

Motorola FLIPOUT with MOTOBLURMotorola announced today that is has launched the stylish square and compact smartphone called Motorola FLIPOUT with MOTOBLUR in Brazil.

Motorola’s smartphone, The FLIPOUT, is powered by Android 2.1, and features an innovative square design that has a five-row QWERTY keypad with a separate row of numeric keys.

The Motorola FLIPOUT with MOTOBLUR is expected to be available in Brazil by the first half of July 2010 at the price of $999.

The Motorola FLIPOUT features a lot of interactive wallpapers and seven customizable home screens thanks to the Android 2.1.

Vice President of Mobile Devices for Motorola Brazil, Sergio Buniac, said that the FLIPOUT with MOTOBLUR launch reinforces the commitment of Motorola to giving users a more complete and customizable Android experience while maintaining its heritage of innovative smartphone design.

FLIPOUT will be released with three different colored battery doors.

For more information and specification about the FLIPOUT, visit the announcement article.

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