The Motorola Devour — previously known as the Calgary — is reportedly coming to Verizon in the next few months. This Android-based smartphone will have a shape somewhat similar to the Droid, but without many of the high-end features.
Like its big brother, it will be a slider, with a landscape-oriented QWERTY keyboard. It will apparently have a smaller, lower-resolution screen than the Droid.
According to the latest unconfirmed information, the Devour will debut with Android OS 2.1, an upcoming version of Google’s mobile operating system.
On top of this will supposedly be Blur, Motorola’s software that gives easy access to consumer and business e-mail accounts, as well as social-networking services like Facebook and Twitter.
More Tech Specs
On this device’s front, next to the touchscreen, will be three touch-sensitive buttons and an optical trackpad, rather than a trackball or D-pad.
According to unconfirmed reports, the Devour will be able to connect to Verizon’s mobile broadband network, plus it will include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
It is also allegedly going to have a 3 megapixel camera, 3.5 mm headset jack, a GPS receiver, and a microSD memory car slot.
Pricing & Availability?
Exactly when Verizon is going to release the Motorola Devour is unknown, though it’s expected to happen in the next few months.
Aside from the expectation that it will almost certainly cost less than the Motorola Droid, the price for this Android-powered model is unknown.
Source: Phone Arena