While AT&T still hasn’t announced any kind of Android products until now, the second largest US carrier will surely do it in the near future.
The first Android phone to be sold by AT&T may not be Dell’s smartphone, but a Motorola device, namely the Motorola MB300 Backflip / Enzo.
Some live photos of the Backflip / Enzo have appeared over at Phandroid, showing the smartphone to come with several AT&T services, including: AT&T Navigator, AT&T Music, AT&T Mobile App store and Yahoo! Search.
Interestingly (in a rather bad way) is that the Moto MB300 Enzo may not come with any Google apps, save for Google Maps.
The Backflip / Enzo has an unusual form factor: its QWERTY keyboard can be “backflipped” and it includes the 5MP camera with flash.
The smartphone also features: 3.1 inch HVGA touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G, 512MB ROM, 256MB RAM, and a 528 MHz Qualcomm MSM7201A processor. Apparently, the handset runs Android 1.5 (weird) and uses Motorola’s Motoblur interface.
The exact release date of Motorola MB300 Backflip / Enzo is not known, but AT&T might introduce it in the first months of 2010.
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