Android-Powered Motorola Charm Coming To T-Mobile

After a recent leak, Motorola has officially unveiled the full QWERTY Charm for T-Mobile. The latest from Motorola features Android 2.1 (seriously?), a tiny 2.8-inch touchscreen, 3-megapixel camera, something called “Backtrack”, CrystalTalk and Motoblur. Look for it this summer.

Hit the jump for the full press release.

Motorola Droid X Review: New King of Verizon’s Android Lineup

The countless comparisons between feature-rich Android handsets and Apple’s iPhone won’t likely taper off any time in the near future. But believe it or not, aside from being slabs of electronics that make phone calls, access the internet, and feature app stores, there’s really not a whole lot that a phone like the Droid X and the …

First Look: Motorola Droid X

Behold the Motorola Droid X. Announced yesterday and coming to Verizon on July 15th for $200 after a $100 mail-in rebate and two-year contract, Motorola’s latest Android phone takes dead aim at a certain fruit-related smartphone available on AT&T’s network.

I’ve been delicately manhandling the Droid X for the past couple hours, …

A Practical Guide To Android [Update]

When Google’s mobile operating system Android launched in 2008 you could only get one device and it remained that way for some time. That’s definitely not the case in 2010 with all major US carriers snatching up Android devices left and right. Here’s a rather lengthy but concise guide on every Android device that’s currently available or …

Hands-on With the Motorola Devour (Verizon Wireless)

Motorola’s second Android device for Verizon has landed at the Techland offices. Say hello to the Devour. It will be available in Verizon stores for $149.99 after a $100MIR in mid-March. However, Best Buy will begin selling the device this Thursday. Price is currently TBD, but I don’t see it being much different, if it all, from the

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