Last Updated: Apr 21st,2010
The Motorola Backflip launched as the first ever Android phone on AT&T, making it the last major American carrier to offer a phone based on Google's operating system. The Motorola Backflip certainly arrives in style and flair, offering a never-seen-before form factor that you'll probably either love or hate:
The main attraction of the Backflip is exactly what its name describes: the keyboard is fully exposed on the back of the phone at all times, and when flipped open, reveals a touch sensitive keyboard on the rear of the phone in ADDITION to the QWERTY that faces you.
Other highlights of the phone include a 3.1-inch HVGA screen, 5MP camera with LED flash and in terms of software, Motorola's custom build of Android focused on social networking - MOTOBLUR.
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