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Motorola Develops Own Facebook Phone?

Posted on September 12, 2011

Bluetooth’s official Special Interest Group website may have posted images of what looks like Motorola’s first Facebook phone. The new handset is called Motorola EX225 and it has a dedicated Facebook button, deep Facebook integration in the user interface, a five-row QWERTY keyboard, 3-megapixel camera, and a 2.4-inch TFT-LCD landscape screen.

Unwired View thinks the EX225 is most likely a Brew-based phone, like many recent Motorola handsets, judging from its lack of Android buttons. The handset comes in two variants: One with dual-SIM support and another that can only accommodate one SIM card. The Bluetooth website also shows another Motorola smartphone, the EX226, that looks like the EX225 but without the Facebook button.

We will keep you posted on the developments of this new smartphone.

Source: Unwired View, via Engadget



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