Motorola CHARM gets full set of specs
We have been following the Motorola CHARM story since it first leaked last month. The Motorola CHARM was officially launched via a Motorola press release on Wednesday the 7th. While the press release gave us the where’s and the how much, it lacked in specification on the device. Motorola has officially launched the device on their site and the dead on specs are in.
The Motorola CHARM is coming to T-Mobile on July 11th, the candy bar Motorola CHARM is set to be the next best “texting” and socially connected phone to hit T-Mobile. The Motorola CHARM is equipped with MotoBlur and will run Flash Lite all under the watch full eye of Android 2.1. The CHARM will come equipped with a “3 mega pixel fixed focus camera with digital zoom”. The CHARM is set up to run on all networks via “WCDMA 1700/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 3.6 Mbps (Category 5/6), EDGE Class 12”. The CHARM can play back video and capture video at 24FPS and it supports a wide variety of files including MPEG-4, MP3, and WMV v9. The little charm comes packing heat with a 1170 mAh battery that has been rated for 334 standby hours on the WCDMA network and 267 of the same standby hours on a GSM network. The CHARM will carry support for Exchange, IMAP, POP3 and Gmail email. Motorola’s CHARM also supports the late test in Bluetooth technology version 2.0+ ERD. The CHARM will also come equipped with a Wi-Fi, GPS, a 2GB SD that can be expanded up to 32GB. The new Motorola CHARM has a 2.8 TFT touch screen made of Gorilla Glass with pinch-to-zoom functionality. The new Moto CHARM weights about 110 grams and has an accelerometer, proximity and light sensors built into its 67.2×98.4×11.4mm frame.
All in all the new Motorola CHARM is looking to be a solid little phone, its standard design and sleek look will surely win over some of the none super phone users of the day.
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