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Android comes in many different feels and flavours, and it can be hard to find the one that's right for you. Motorola's MOTOBLUR user interface lets you customise your Android experience, without the complications. Let's take a look at how it works on the dual-core Motorola ATRIX.

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A leaked T-Mobile slide is showing off the Motorola Charm, a square-ish Android device running Motoblur with a physical keyboard. Though Motoblur is definitely not for us, the Charm's Blackberry-esque, candybar form factor is interesting since it hasn't been done with Android before. If the keyboard is better than typical Motorola-fare, this could serve as a great messaging device for tweens everywhere. It's supposed to run Android 2.1, which means you won't be that behind when it releases.

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MOTOBLUR has just been introduced in Australia along with two new smartphones called DEXT and BACKFLIP. Developed by Motorola and built on Android, MOTOBLUR features customisable widgets that serve one purpose: to help you socialise online.

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Motorola's making a comeback with the recent launch of two new handsets, DEXT and BACKFLIP. They're the first to feature Motorola's Android-powered MOTOBLUR interface, and it's a combination that brings endless possibilities for customisation. And apps. Lots of apps.

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Motorola’s popped back up on the smartphone radar in a big way - they’ve recently announced that there’ll be no less than 20 new handsets released worldwide this year, and two have just been launched in Australia. One of them is BACKFLIP, and it's set to give the smartphone market a run for its money.