AT&T’s launched two of their latest MOTOBLUR phones, the Motorola Flipside and the Motorola Bravo, for $99.99 and $129.99 respectively. The Flipside, if you’ve forgotten, has a full slideout 4-row QWERTY keyboard, a touchpad for navigation, Android 2.1, and a 3.1 inch HVGA display. The Bravo does away with the keyboard but has a 3..7-inch FWVGA display. There isn’t much to these phones, but head on over to the Bravo’s and the Flipside’s landing sites to learn more. Don’t forget to drop in to their respective sections on Android Forums (Bravo is here, Flipside is here) to chat it up with others who either own the phone or are looking forward to own it.
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