The Motorola Glam, which probably has a 0 percent chance of ever appearing here in the States, continued its Asian rollout by launching in South Korea. The phone comes with the standard plate of high-end specs we have come to expect from Android phones these days, including:

  • 3.7-inch screen
  • WiFi
  • 5MP camera with dual flashes
  • HDMI out 
  • 720p video recording
  • Android 2.1 ("Eclair")

The phone will be exclusively available on the carrier SK Telecom when it hits stores. [AndroidOS.IN]

 
There are 5 comments

p08757 says:

Yawn!

Jonneh says:

Sorry you don't care, but other people are interested in technology and interested in the international market, and this is still android-related, so why don't you try just scrolling past this ONE (1) blog post on the site instead of leaving rude comments? Oh wait, silly me, I've forgotten that this is the internet and you are hiding behind a somewhat anonymous identity, leaving you under the impression that you can make a complete ass out of yourself here. Whoops. Okay, carry on!

romma says:

On a side-note, I love that ballon face in the screen. Great marketing photo for the file. Other than that, the phone to me at least looks decent. The specs are good for what is out there today. Throw some Froyo on there, and it would be good IMO.

myriad46 says:

Droid meets Pebbble?

draken says:

Interesting that it doesn't have the 4 "standard" Android buttons along the bottom.