Motorola Enzo backflip handset images leaked

December 17, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

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Motorola’s new upcoming backflip handset, believed to be the Enzo, is now doing the rounds on web pages in the formed of leaked images. We get to gather that the backflip device is fast readying itself for debut. The latest leaked images endorse this belief. The smartphone would come armed with a 3.1-inch display that offers a 320×480 resolution, say the pictures.

 Referred to as the Enzo, the backflip handset from the Motorola stables would be AT&T’s first Android based offering. Going by the pictures we get to see, the smartphone would boast of a slew of Motorola’s specific customizations including the Motorola Blur interface, Yahoo search, and the AT&T’s Nav, Music, and Mobile App utilities.

The Android-based device, however, seems to have given many of the Google app regulars a miss. Users needn’t worry much as apps like Maps and the Android Market have not been left out. A five-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth form the other specifications, and in fact they are on expected lines.

To come powered by a 528MHz Qualcomm CPU, the memory scene has 512MB of ROM and 256MB of RAM. The backflip handset has a QWERTY keyboard that flips from the back. Meanwhile, the input keys would be visible even when you keep the phone folded.

Further boosting key functionalities is the presence of a touchpad behind the keypad. The images speak volumes about how the Enzo would be. We will now wait for the company’s word on pricing and date of launch.

(Via Phandroid)

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