Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Motorola Charm Officially Announced by T-Mobile

The Charm (until recently code named Project Basil) is the first Droid phone to feature a full QWERTY keyboard but is it really all that great?  Other than being sleek and stylish, this phone refuses to compromise its time-tested design to cash in on a fast-dying fad.  In short, yes!
With a 2.8 landscape screen in the front and a keyboard underneath, the Charm looks a lot like a Blackberry until you get it in your hands.  You see, the Charm cabbaged a unique design quirk from AT&T’s Backflip:  a touchpad mounted on the back!

Currently the device is running Droid 2.1 with Blur and sports a 3 megapixel camera—which clearly can’t compete with some of its other Droid kin.
However, unlike some of its other less-technically inclined Droid counterparts, the Charm rocks a noise cancelling microphone which will hopefully help with the poor call quality reported by some Droid Incredible users.
There’s been a lot of internet speculation about this particular phone since it was spotted in a T-Mobile “back to school” advertisement but apparently the company isn’t quite ready to come clean.  Not only was T-Mobile tight-lipped about a price, but they hesitated to give a concrete release date, opting instead to throw out the old “this summer” shtick—so keep your eyes peeled!


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