The Motorola i1, formerly the Motorola Opus One, has just gotten a wee bit more interesting. It's now supposed to pack a 5 megapixel camera, which can be termed as par for the course, and come with Opera Mini as the default browser, which is a little stunning. We guess this is Motorola stepping a bit outside of the typical Android getup and focusing more on their Motoblur experience, which is fine and fair, but couldn't they have gotten Opera Mobile instead?
Either way, in the i1's case we expect this to impact very little of you. Unless Motorola keeps this up with their more mainstream Android devices...then it's going to get mighty interesting. [engadget]
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