Motorola Phones Using Android Software
Motorola Cliq - Motorola should be grateful to Google's Android OS for putting back the mobile company into the limelight of the mobile phone industry. Motorola has really taken full advantage of the Android OS to come up with some of the best phone using Android software. One of these is the Motorola Cliq released through T-Mobile. This Android phone features an easy-to-use interface, well-sized keyboard, and Motorola's customized Android interface- the Motoblur. Other specs and features include - slider form factor, trackball navigation, a 5MP camera, 3.1-inch TFT LCD display, GPS navigation, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.
Motorola Droid - Had Google not released the Nexus One, the Motorola DROID would have been a bigger success than what it was able to achieve from the time it was released to the time Google released the Nexus One. The DROID was touted as one of the best phones using Android software that was ever released so far. Unfortunately its popularity was muted by the closely timed release of the Google Nexus One. Still, feature wise, Motorola has all the reason to be proud of their best Android phone to date which was once touted as an iPhone rival, if not a killer. The Motorola DROID boasts of the following features- lightning-fast 3G web browsing speed, a 5MP camera with flash, zoom and auto-focus, DVD-quality video recorder, voice-activated search, plug-in calendars/contacts/social network, Gmail/Exchange integration, intelligent apps, Google maps, and more.
Motorola Devour - Just announced recently is another promising Motorola phone using Android software - the Motorola Devour. It's Motorola's third Android phone and is running Android 1.6, a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, durable casing, 3MP camera, 3.1-inch TFT LCD Display, aGPS, Accelerometer, and other great features that could probably surpass the greatness of the Motorola DROID.
Motorola Milestone - Also announced last February 2010 is Motorola's first phone using Android 2.0 OS. This is feature-rich Android phone boasts Flash 10-ready HTML browsing, 3G connectivity, easy messaging interface through both QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen, home screen customization, a 5MP camera with auto-focus, dual LED flash and image stabilization and multi-tasking features.
Motorola BackFlip - AT&T's first Android phone was recently released. But aside from its not so good looks, the phone also has another flaw- it can't download Android apps from outside the Android Market. I'm not saying that there's something wrong with that. After all AT&T has every right to lock down users to the Android market. The thing is, other Android phones do this and so for users it's really an issue. Anyway, if that's alright with you, the Motorola BackFlip boasts some nice features including - touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera, aGPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and all the usual features of other Android phones. The Motorola BackFlip resembles the previously released Motorola Click.
Motorola Quench/T-Mobile Cliq XT - Launched during the Mobile World Congress, the Motorola Quench or Motorola Cliq XT when it hits T-Mobile boasts of a 5MP camera with autofocus and LED flash, voice activated search, 3G and Wi-Fi, aGPS, Bluetooth and Motoblur - Motorola's Android-powered content delivery service.