Motorola MOTOROI: The First Korean Android 2.0 Handset

January 18, 2010, By Atul Roach

As Android 2.0 is a rage that now engulfs the world, it was South Korea which was yet to experience the pleasure of a handset working on the Google OS. Thankfully, Motorola has come up with the Motorola MOTOROI which is the first official Android 2.0 powered handset to be released in the South Korean market.

Motorola MOTOROI

It will be Motorola’s Korean partner SK Telecom that will offer the handset across the country. The ‘first ever Android 2.0 device for Korea’ is a strong advert line which SK Telecom can effectively use to sell the handsets like hot cakes.

Other than running Android 2.0, the MOTOROI features multi-touch browser zooming and Google specific services such as YouTube, Google Maps and Gmail. The 8MP camera on the phone is assisted by a Xenon flash and the camera is also capable of recording videos at 720p HD (with optical character recognition).

The 3.7-inch 854 by 480 pixel WVGA capacitive touch screen is good enough to view those recorded HD videos. The phones comes with a slot for a microSD card with a maximum capacity of 32GB. The audio junkies will be happy to know that the phone comes with a 3.5mm audio jack as well. [via: Phonesreview]

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