Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Motorola's second Android phone on sale in March

According to foreign media reports, Verizon Wireless (hereinafter referred to as "Verizon") Wednesday, said in March that the company will start selling Motorola's second system, based on Google Android smart phone Devour.

For the fourth quarter, Motorola's first smart phone using the Android system Droid sold well, helped Verizon had previously been recovered by AT & T to grab some market share. Currently, Motorola is entirely dependent on Android-based smart phone to restructure its handset business sector, which has been in the past few years, behind Nokia, Apple and RIM and other competitors.

Verizon said that, Devnour will be provided by the company's first software and services Motoblur use of Motorola phones, it has 3.1 inches touch screen, preloaded with Gmail, Google search and Google applications such as navigation, the user need to contract with Verizon Wireless data services and voice calls, the program may use. Verizon voice calls, the program starts at 39.99 U.S. dollars monthly, including the Internet and send and receive e-mail the contents of the monthly unlimited data services cost was 29.99 U.S. dollars.

Motoblur developed by Motorola, an innovative solution, whose role is the management and integration for mobile phones from work e-mail to other social networking activities, exchange of behaviors that can synchronize contacts, SMS, message boards, e-mail, photos and other Updated information can also be synchronized from Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Gmail and work and personal e-mail updates and these updates automatically pushed to your phone desktop, so users do not have opening and closing a variety of mobile applications can be readily Check out the latest content.

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