The Motorola Backflip has a unique form-factor with an original reverse flip design, spacious keyboard and BACKTRACK touch panel, allowing the display to be hands-free while one’s fingers work behind the screen. BACKFLIP runs on the nation’s fastest 3G network and is powered by MOTOBLUR, Motorola’s Android-powered content delivery service created to make phones more personal and socially smart.
The Motorola Backflip also features a 5-megapixel camera, WiFi, and a black and silver colour scheme. Dont worry Motorolas Sanjay Jha says Android 2.1 is coming to each Motorola Android phone. The Backflip folds and when closed, it has the keyboard on the front and touchscreen on the back. Motorola has brought its social network software, MOTOBLUR, to another of its Android smartphones: the new Motorola Backflip. The planned release for the device in the United States, Asia and Europe will be in the first half of 2010, and while its price hasnt been communicated, it should benefit from carrier subsidies in the same way as its predecessors. The Motorola BackFlip will be shipped with Android 1.5 installed, with it being possible to access applications on Android Market.
The 1400 mAh battery provides 6 hours of battery life in communication and up to 315 hours in standby. Motorola Backflip smartphone comes with a 5 Mega pixel digital camera with LED flash, and has 2GB of storage space which can be extended to 32GB through the microSDHC port. The hinge system also has its advantages for transforming the handset into a digital photo frame, alarm clock, or picture and video viewer which can be watched while propped up on a table. This provides the user with the possibility of controlling the device without needing to have one hand in front of the screen.
Tips as a tactile pad is located behind the screen which is used to navigate through the menus. Motorola BackFlip Android Smartphone features a 3.1 inch touchscreen dispaly and comes equipped with the BackTrack touchpad for easy navigation. A temporary password will be sent to the email you enter above. Please enter the email address you used to register your account. Most likely, Android will launch first on Canada’s Bell Mobility network, in the not-so-distant future. If an educated guess suffices on pricing (details aren’t available just yet), Bell should subsidise the Backflip for around CAD$99.