One of Motorola’s CES 2010 offerings happens to be their second Motoblur Android-powered phone, which they launched earlier this week. Its main feature is a nifty new way to operate the touchscreen without your fingers getting in the way of the view.
The new handset has a second touch-panel behind the 3.1-inch main touchscreen display. The touch-panel works in much the same way as a laptop’s trackpad, and lets users navigate the device without having to touch the screen itself. Should be hot with users who don’t like smudges on their touchscreen.
The second touch-panel can only be accessed when you backflip the QWERTY keyboard, so it may raise a few eyebrows from smartphone users who want the most functionality out of their toys.
The phone’s runs on a 528MHz Qualcomm MSM7201A processor, 512 MB of ROM, and 256 MB of RAM. It has a 320×480-pixel display resolution, a 5-MP camera with LED flash, and Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS capabilities. And, of course, it runs on Android 1.5 with Motoblur.
Via: Pocket Lint