Motorola is finally ready to unveil its first Google Android handsets.
The Morrison should launch on
Android fans will welcome the 256MB of RAM that is expected on the Morrison. As that's a healthy increase over the 192MB of RAM on both the G1 and MyTouch, the Morrison should offer better performance. The camera resolution is also greater (five megapixels vs three megapixels) and the Morrison includes the long-awaited 3.5mm headset jack (HTC's Android phones use a mini-USB jack).
Sholes is the codename for the upcoming Android phone for
My sources tell me that the Sholes will ship with BoyGeniusReport has leaked documents which show the Sholes launching in late October on Verizon., which is expected to be named Android 2.0. Users can expect a significant user interface refresh, increased gaming performance, and more social networking integration.
We might also get new information on Blur, the codename for Motorola's custom user interface for Android. It is expected to be tightly integrated with many social networking platforms and offer push updates. For example, opening a contact on your phone would instantly display real-time updates from Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr. We could also get an update from Motorola on its possible plans to launch its own app store.