Following up with the success of the Droid, Motorola’s on an Android release spree. They’ve just announced the latest in their Android line of phones called the Charm, soon after the Flipout in Brazil.
The Charm has quite an odd shape for a phone and this device runs on Android 2.1. The UI is enhanced by Motoblur, which Motorola claims makes screen navigation more intuitive. This phone is targeted toward the Social Networking crowd with it’s integration with Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and Google services. The device also features a 2.8 inch 320 x 240, QVGA display and a 3 MegaPixel camera.
This device will be available only in the US for T-Mobile customers soon. You can read more about the Motorola Charm from the product page.
From Motorola’s press release about the device:
Motorola CHARM provides consumers all the features of a smartphone with the intuitive navigation of a 2.8 inch touch screen – all in a compact, pocketable design that makes messaging a snap using the combination of a full QWERTY keyboard and touch screen. The BACKTRACK navigation pad, located on the back of the smartphone directly behind the home screen, is similar to a laptop touch panel and enables an unobstructed view of the Web, texts, e-mails and news feeds. Plus, with Android 2.1 and enhanced MOTOBLUR features, CHARM offers new customization and filtering options.