Info On Android-powered Motorola Morrison For T-Mobile LeaksBy cheatmaster 02:18 Fri, 09 Jul 2021 Comments
Android is the recent Windows Mobile when you want to hold an Operating System (OS) and slap it on with your own custom interface. Allegedly, Motorola is readying a recent Android UI and their rumored Motorola Morrison finally got some specs to see at. The hardware specs seem to put it in the same ring as the other Android-powered devices.
The Motorola Morrison will have a 528Mega Hertz (MHz) Central Processing Units (CPU) and 256Mega Bytes (MB) Random-Access Memory (RAM) (the Hero has 288MB), the classy screen is HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) - 320 x 480 pixels - practically all Android phones utilize this resolution. The autofocus capturing camera has 5 megapixels resolution. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS are covered too as well as smaller goodies such as accelerometer, 3.5 mm audio jack, microUniversal Serial Bus (USB) port, proximity and ambient light sensor. The internal memory is expandable by microSD cards up to 32GB.
What really sets the Motorola Morrison apart is the side slide-out QWERTY. So far the specs claim only a QuickOffice viewer, but that keyboard would be a huge plus if Motorola goes for an editor instead just a viewer.
Motorola Morrison running vanilla Android (photo: Phandroid)
It seems that the recent Android Morrison will run on a recent custom Android UI developed by Motorola and called Blur. Heavily web-oriented, it will give users quick access to popular sharing websites. No surprise, Android is quite a web-oriented platform to start with, but Motorola is adding a touch of social networking - combining your personal contacts with info from social networking sites, a la WebOS (HTC did it too with Hero's Sense UI to some extent). The Operating System (OS) will be upgradeable over the air but more importantly it seems that it will feature push updates.
It's not a giant leap of faith to think that the Motorola Morrison will run this recent UI and the Heron (headed to AT&T) is a likely candidate too - it's the one that is undergoing an fascinating "sex change" - from Windows Mobile to Android.
The Morrison is rumored to come out on 21 October with specs indicating quad-band Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) support and tri-band 3G but in two versions - 900/1700/2100Mega Hertz (MHz) and another one at 900/1900/2100MHz.
Source: BoyGeniousReport, AndroidAndMe
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