Jul 12th, 2010

A little piece of joy decided to peek its head out to catch some sun this weekend (but only for a little bit. Those heat waves are no joke.) The Motorola WX445 looks to be an entry-level Android-based handset for Verizon. From what Engadget was able to gather from their tipster, the device is running Android 2.1, has a screen between 2.5 and 3 inches, a camera with no flash, and has an 1170mAh battery keeping its dreams alive.

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The device looks like it could be running MOTOBLUR (or some variant of it). No physical keyboard to be had, and Engadget’s describing it to look like a Palm Pre Plus sans the keyboard and good looks. Verizon’s no doubt targeting the low-end market with this device as their 4.3-inch mammoth – the Motorola Droid X – may not appease everyone’s needs when the device officially touches down this Thursday.

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