If you are planning to collect a bunch of Motorola handsets, then you might be interested in the new Motorola Electrify.
The Android-powered smartphone will be officially released for $199.99 later this month and will be part of US Cellular’s innovative line of mobile phones.
Specs wise, the Motorola Electrify will sport a 4.3 inch crisp qHD display, 8 megapixel rear facing camera with dual LED flash, front-facing VGA camera, HD video recording and playback, HDMI output and Wi-Fi support. It will be powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread along with a dual-core 1GHz Processorm, 16GB Onboard Memory and supports up to 32GB of microSD card.
The sleek candybar-shaped smartphone will also be pre-loaded with apps like Gmail, Social Networking, Quickoffice, Navigation, HD Games Portal, City ID, Gallery, Files, Browser, Music, Android Market, Amazon Apps and Mobile Hotspot. Travelers can also make use of the phone’s integrated World Phone Capability, a feature that allows the phone to be used at any countries. The 5.57 oz Motorola Electrify can easily be recharged through its 1700 mAh Battery of Lithium Ion.
Another interesting thing about the Electrify is the fact that it is the rebranded version of Sprint’s Motorola Photon 4G. Though, the main difference is that the Photon 4G support Sprint’s WiMAX connectivity.