Identical to the design of Motorola Flipout that we posted few weeks ago, this is what Motorola Charm very much looks like, the latest Touchscreen Android Mobile Phone with QWERTY keypad that Motorola and T-Mobile recently announced.
Just like the Flipout, Motorola Charm also has square-ish design and also has 2.8-inch display/320x240p resolution with pinch-to-zoom support, QWERTY keypad and 3.15 megapixel camera.
The handset also has a nice feature called Backtrack (like the backflip) on the rear of the phone, this is the small navigation pad on the back that allow the users to navigate through menus, emails and websites without blocking any part of the screen.
Other specs of Charm includes a 600 MHz processor, 2GB memory card that can be expanded up to 32GB, 3.5G support, GPS/BGN, Wi-Fi, bluetooth and quadband GSM, USB 2.0 port, GPS receiver,compass, 2nd microphone noice cancellation, CrystalTalk Plus technology for enhanced audio.
The new phone runs Android 2.1 and has a new version of Motoblur which allows UI to syncs your friends, messages, emails , Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and feeds with continuous updates through the message widgets.
The new mobile phone, Charm doesn’t have an official price or release date yet.