AT&T cheers on the Motorola Bravo

The Motorola Bravo is a slate-style Android smartphone with a 3.7-inch touch screen and it ships with Android 2.1 and MotoBlur.

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Watch this: Motorola Bravo (AT&T)

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Motorola Bravo is the highest-end phone of the trio of new Android handsets that was announced for AT&T, but that doesn't necessarily make it the hottest smartphone on the block. The Bravo only ships with Android 2.1, for example, though it also has the enhanced version of MotoBlur that lets you resize widgets and move them around.

Still, the Bravo's simplicity is not necessarily a bad thing. We did like its slim design and the curved feel makes it nice to hold in the hand. Measuring 4.31 inches long by 2.48 inches wide by 0.52 inch thick, the Bravo is not too heavy at around 4.5 ounces. The Bravo has a nice and bright 3.7-inch WVGA display, a full HTML browser with Adobe Flash Lite 3, DLNA support, and it also boasts CrystalTalk Plus, Motorola's enhanced voice quality technology. Other features include a 3.5mm headset jack, stereo Bluetooth, a 3-megapixel camera with digital zoom and auto focus, 3G, GPS, and an FM radio receiver.

The Motorola Bravo will be available prior to the holidays for $129.99 after a new two-year contract. For a closer look at the Bravo, watch our video and flip through a few of our hands-on pictures.

Hands-on Motorola Bravo (photos)

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