Want an Android device, want it on Verizon, but need something more budget-friendly than a Droid X?
Motorola’s got you covered. Or will, whenever this thing will actually be released.
The WX445 is a lower-end Android device, and not all specs are known at this time.
What we do know is that it runs Android 2.1, has a camera (with an unknown number of megapixels) without any flash, a touchscreen that seems to be in the 2.6″-3.2″ range, and a rather measly 1170 mAh battery. Then again, if the screen size really is on the small side, it may very well last you a day or two on one charge.
It also seems to slightly resemble the shape of the Palm Pre.
No word on availability or pricing yet, but rest assured, when that information is available, you’ll get it here.
If priced correctly (read: not like this), and by that I mean the upfront cost as well as the monthly fees, this could be a big seller. And a device to truly bring Android to the Verizon-using masses.
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