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Motorola Devour Full Review (Verizon)


Marco gives you a full review of the Motorola Devour on Verizon Wireless! Enjoy! Website: gadgetexperts.net Marco’s Twitter twitter.com Gadget Expert’s Twitter: twitter.com Gadget Expert’s Facebook: cuthut.com

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Motorola Devour Full Review (Verizon)


Marco gives you a full review of the Motorola Devour on Verizon Wireless! Enjoy! Website: gadgetexperts.net Marco’s Twitter twitter.com Gadget Expert’s Twitter: twitter.com Gadget Expert’s Facebook: cuthut.com

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Weekly Bone: Devour, Windows Phone 7, Nexus v iPhone, Megan Fox


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Motorola Flips Out Its New Android Phone

Motorola is set to rival HTC in the ability to crank out Android phones at a breath-taking pace. Motorola has introduced a new phone called Flipout that features a pivoting pop-out keyboard and a compact touchscreen display.

The Flipout will have a 2.8 inch screen, 3 megapixel camera, video recording capability, Wi-Fi and GPS. It will run the Android 2.1 version of the operating system.

The phone will also have the Motoblur Android skin that we have already seen on other Motorola devices such as the Cliq and Backflip. Motoblur aggregates e-mails, messages and status updates from different social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Myspace to present it as a stream of data on a single screen.

With its square form and social networking features, the Flipout seems like a good alternative to Microsoft’s recently launched Kin Two phone. But it is not clear if the device will make it to the U.S. Motorola already has Backflip, a device with a nifty mode that allows its to be placed on the desk like an alarm clock and the Cliq, the first of its phones featuring the Motoblur skin.

Sure, its about giving consumers choice but with the Cliq, Backflip, Devour and Droid already out, is there such a thing as too many phones from a company? Especially when the features start to blur and minor tweaks in hardware design are all that sets one device apart from the other.

The Flipout will launch in the next few weeks in “certain regions around the world,” says Motorola. The company won’t disclose pricing either but that’s likely to depend on the deals it can ink with the wireless service providers.

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LG Ally up for preorder on Thursday, launching on May 20?

We should know a whole lot more about this situation at an Iron Man 2-themed LG event taking place later today, but BGR appears to have scored full details on LG’s upcoming Android-equipped Ally for Verizon along with a couple key dates. Most importantly, it sounds like the landscape QWERTY slider will be available in “all channels” (read: telesales and brick-and-mortar stores) on May 20, preceded by an online pre-order this Thursday, May 13. It’s got Eclair, a 3.2 megapixel cam, 4GB microSD card in-box, and a Qualcomm MSM7627 core — the same midrange silicon that powers the Moto Devour. Against the Droid, this bad boy appears to slot just underneath in the range, but a little choice never hurt anyone, did it?

LG Ally up for preorder on Thursday, launching on May 20? originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 11 May 2010 18:35:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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How would you change Motorola’s Devour?

Motorola’s Devour has somehow managed to get a little lost in the mix, primarily due to the wealth of Android options on America’s two main CDMA carriers right now. The design is certainly appealing, particularly to those still averse to virtual keyboards, but it’s the Blur user interface that really sets this apart from the Droid. Of course, we didn’t exactly find a whole lot to love about the total package (compared to the other Android options, anyway), but that’s not to say there’s nothing to discuss. On the contrary, actually. Did you plop down a crisp Benjamin to get yourself a Devour? Are you still happy with the decision? How’s Blur been treating you? Would you retool any of the hardware / software aspects? Get honest down in comments below, and yes, feel free to consider this the group therapy you’ve thus far refused to pay good money for.

How would you change Motorola’s Devour? originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 16 Apr 2010 22:23:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Motorola Devour goes hands-on, hits Best Buy for $150 this week

We’ve got Motorola’s latest Blur handset in hand, Devour-ing ill-advised puns like it’s a full time job. We’ll have some more in-depth impressions and a video walkthrough soon, but for now you can check out this aluminum slider in all its consumer-friendly glory in the gallery below. Here are some of our initial thoughts:

  • For some reason — perhaps it’s the odd screen size to device size ratio — the device comes across as very small in pictures and video. This is not at all the case. In fact, outside of its smaller screen size, the phone is in every way equal to or larger than the Droid. It also seems a little bit heavier, but they’re certainly close in that department.
  • The extruded aluminum chassis is really premium. MacBook Pro-type premium. The sliding mechanism as well is very high quality — making the Droid’s springless slide design look like a bit of a chump. There are also rubber accents on the top, bottom, and sides that give us hope that this phone would survive a hard fall much better than most of its Android competition.
  • Due to the weird chassis, the batter and microSD card (8GB comes standard) are sideloaded into the device. It’s novel and secure, and you don’t have to take out the battery to swap out the microSD card, which is a major plus.
  • The keyboard is pretty good, if a tad too wide. The keys are very distinct and clicky, though perhaps not quite so large that we’re comfortable with typing with the pads of our thumbs. The space bar’s odd letter-splitting location isn’t a dealbreaker, but the dedicated number row just seems silly and we really think Motorola could’ve done better in the key layout.
  • The clickable optical pad (on the right side of the picture above) is just fine, though not really optimized for the Blur interface. It makes much more sense in web browsing and other parts of the Android UI — maybe even more so than a track ball.
  • Though the phone is only running Android 1.6, one of the biggest 2.0 / 2.1 features has made it onto the device: Google Navigation. Interestingly, you have to download a text-to-speech voice kit from the Android Market to get it working. It’s a fairly automated process, but still feels a little "hacked on."
  • So far everything about the UI seems very snappy, particularly in comparison with our laggy experience with the Cliq. This is helped in part by the new Qualcomm MSM7627 chip under the hood, the same processor used by the Palm Pixi. Of course, the true testament to the Devour’s snappiness will be how fast it continues to be after a week or so of use without a reset and all those social network updates delivering status message drivel at a rapid clip.
  • The biggest trouble this phone has is the fact that the Droid is only $50 more and includes a much better / larger / higher resolution screen, faster processor, newer Android and sexier look.

Verizon and Motorola have also at last confirmed all the leaks about the price and retail rollout: the phone goes on sale this Thursday (the 25th) for $150 at Best Buy, and will then hit Verizon stores in March for $150 after a $100 mail-in rebate. Buyers will also need to sign up for a Nationwide Talk plan and the $30 unlimited data package, part of Verizon’s new-ish smartphone plan restrictions — though really, you’re not going to get much done on this phone without a data plan.

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