Moto Canary and Capri

Moto Canary and Capri

Very blurry pictures of a Motorola Canary are floating around the Web today. There's little hard information at this point (though its camera reportedly is 3 megapixels rather than 1.3), but Engadget is calling it the Razr 2.

However, we've just learned of another Moto rumor. The Motorola Capri is a slider phone version of the Razr . Details are sketchy at this point, but the Capri should be the same width as the Slvr (0.45 inch) and is supposed to have quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) support, a high-resolution camera, and a TransFlash memory card slot. I don't have any pictures yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if it resembles the Motorola MS600 slider phone, which is available in Korea currently. While the MS600 is wider (0.58 inch) than the Slvr and is a WCDMA phone, it has a Razr-like keypad, a 262,000-color display, an MP3 player, and a 1.3-megapixel camera.

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