The Motorola Motoroi's been intriguing ever since it first leaked out of the depths of wherever such leaks come from. But in getting your hands (and watching the hands of a lovely Motorola representative) on the device, you really get a sense that despite a few obvious cues taken from the Motorola Droid, the Motoroi really isn't a keyboardless Droid.
For one, it lacks the hard lines of the Droid. You're not going to be shaving or cutting cheese or any of the other tricks we lick to pull. It actually, when in
portrait landscape (sideways) orientation, has more of the feel of a digital camera. And that's part of the idea, Motorola says. And having an 8-megapixel camera and xenon (read: nuclear) flash only drives that point home. Toss in the multimedia capabilities powered by that TI OMAP processor at 600MHz, and you have the makings of a darn good device. Let's hope it comes to the U.S. soonest.
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