DOWNLOAD MP3: Motorola Backflip Photos Show Off Its Weird Form FactorBy KellyCHI July 20, 2022, 12:27 am Comments
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The Motorola Backflip (it's also known as Enzo) is a first for AT&T - it's an Android phone. It's not official yet, but it's a very fascinating phone in that it was designed by someone completely lacking spatial awareness.
First things first. The Motorola Backflip is a rather appropriate name as you're about to find out. Spec-wise it's almost identical to the Motorola CLIQ (or Motorola DEXT MB220 as it is known outside the States).
Motorola Backflip (Enzo)
This means typical Android device and typical specs - 3.1" HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) display, 528Mega Hertz (MHz) CPU, 256Mega Bytes (MB) RAM/512Mega Bytes (MB) ROM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. The software is assumed to be Android 1.5 with Motoblur and lack all Google apps except Google Maps. The Android Market is included though.
AT&T have taken their time to include their own customizations - Yahoo! Search (say what?), AT&T Nav, AT&T Music and AT&T Mobile App store. Anyhow, word is that the Motorola Backflip is thinner, slightly smaller and lighter than the T-Mobile G1 (or HTC Dream).
AT&T left their imprint on the Motorola Backflip
The Motorola Backflip sports a 5-megapixel capturing camera with autofocus and Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash but, uh, there's a problem - the placement. We mentioned the weird form factor, right? Well, sit down becautilize your head will start spinning.
If you've looked at the photos you're probably feeling something is off - how come you can see the keyboard in that one photo but not the screen? Well, it's called "Motorola Backflip" for a reason. The keyboard is on the back on the device, while the display is on the front.
When you frecent the Motorola Backflip open, things start to see normal, fine even - that's one roomy 4-row QWERTY - but putting the keyboard on the back where it's always exposed is not exactly a fine idea. And where's the capturing camera - on the keyboard, of course. Where else?
That's some poor capturing camera placement • the touchpad • the Backflip still runs Android 1.5
Oh, and that's not all that's strange about the Motorola Backflip - there's a touchpad on the back of the screen, accessible when the phone is open. Apparently, it can be used for scrolling. It's not like the phone has a 3.1" touchclassy screen or anything. Weird.
One last bit of weirdness before we go - the (admittedly rumored) specs list the device as quad-band GSM/EDGE and quint-band 3G. That is 5 bands in a row - 850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz. Of course, it could just be a mistake. There's no guarantee that the Motorola Backflip will have global 3G support (but if it does, we'd need a better name for it).