AT&T to Debut Motorola Backflip With MOTOBLUR on March 7

February 18, 2010, By Atul Roach

With T-Mobile and Big Red swelling their Android powered smartphones list, AT&T cannot afford to relax and hence it has announced its first Android OS phone-Motorola Backflip- for a March 7 release. AT&T admirers can be rest assured of the phone arrival as it is not a scoop but a confirmed development coming from the carrier itself. Motorola Backflip is a MOTOBLUR enabled device which will cost $100 (after a $100 mail-in-rebate) on a two-year data and voice contract.

Other than MOTOBLUR which delivers contacts, posts, messages and more right religiously to the home screen, Motorola Backflip features a 3.1-inch touchscreen and a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with flash and camcorder functions. On the connectivity front, it offers HSPA 7.2, WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth and more to keep the social networking geeks engrossed.

Motorola Backflip is first of the five Android laden devices which AT&T plans to reveal by Q2 2010 and that would imply fierce competition, ultimately benefiting the customer who will get better phones on cheaper plans. [via: pr-newswire]

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