Devouring Moto's Devour
We'll have a full review for you soon, but for now check out CNET's initial take on the Motorola Devour.
Just days after I first Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, I have the
I'll have a full review for you soon, but I can offer some initial impressions in the meantime. The earlier analysis indicating that the Devour looks like the
The display is relatively sharp, though we think it could be a bit bigger. Next to the display is what Moto calls a "thumbpad." Part button and part optical reader, the thumbpad is a Devour highlight. Already we prefer it over a toggle or trackball--heck, we might even pry ourselves away form the touch screen to use it. The keyboard appears to be fine for now. The keys are spaced far apart and they're slightly raised.
The Devour runs Android OS 1.6, but it offers a beta version of Google Maps Navigation. Up until now that originated on devices that ran Android 2.1. Other features are standard and the handset runs smoothly.
That's it for now, but check back later for a full review.