Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Motorola Devour Arrives on Verizon

Verizon Wireless just snagged Motorola’s latest smartphone called the Motorola DEVOUR. This is the first Verizon Wireless phone that features Motoblur, Motorola’s own Android-powered content delivery service. With Motoblur, users will have access to various personalization and customization features of the said mobile phone.

The Motorola Devour features a robust contacts syncing feature for both work and personal e-mail servies including G-mail. It will allow users to posts, send instant messages, upload photos and other contents to social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. What’s so good about this Motoblur feature is that media contents are sent directly to the Devour’s home screen and fed as an easy-to-manage streams.

The Motorola Devour is also packed with great smartphone features including a 3.1-inch capacitive touch screen, touch sensitive navigation pad, pre-loaded apps including Gmail, GTalk, YouTube, Google Search and Google Maps, direct access to the Android market, automatic pushing of status updates through widgets, an 8GB microSD card, Bluetooth, and a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard.

The phone also allows home screen customizations with e-mail and social network messages. These contents are automatically backed up as well on a secure Motoblur portal. The phone also has aGPS which can be used to track down the phone in case it got lost or misplaced.

The Motorola Devour is available through Verizon’s Nationwide Talk or Nationwide Talk and Text plans with pricing that starts from $39.99 monthly access to $59.99.

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