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. [Engadget]
T-Mobile Motorola Charm Is An Android Phone With A Blackberry-Styled Keyboard
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