Most phone lovers know that Motorola is about to unleash the Droid X next week — although some Verizon customers have reported to have received them already. The phone maker is not slowing down, with news of yet another handset — the Charm. This handset is not anything like its sibling — instead looking more like a BlackBerry.
The Motorola Charm will still run on Android OS, but only version 2.1 for now. Do not expect it to light up any benchmark tests or spec comparisons, the 600MHz processor and 2.8-inch multi-touch screen is proof of that, as well as the 3-megapixel camera — its as if we have gone back in time.
However, Motorola is being clever here, as the Charm looks set to enter the Enterprise market — this is evident with these features. It is no secret that business users want more from a phone than just high-end features — the range of RIM BlackBerry handsets is proof of that.
The handset will be available on T-Mobile in the summer and will cost $150 (on 2-year contract) on a two-year contract. For a detailed look at the Motorola Charm read Charles Smith’s article over at IBT
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