"Motorola Bravo (AT&T)"
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CTIA Super Mobility Week
Motorola Bravo (AT&T)
I'm Kent German, senior editor for cnet.com.
I'm here at CTIA Fall 2010.
I'm here at the Motorola event.
I wanna show you the new Motorola Bravo.
This is a new Android phone for AT&T.
Motorola actually announced 3 Android phones for AT&T here.
They are pretty low ends, low to mid range, not a lot of fancy things going on so far.
So this is one of them.
This is a touchscreen only.
The others do have physical keyboards.
So, for this phone, you're gonna get a line of virtual keyboard.
Screen isn't the biggest since, you know, we really like to see 3.5 inches maybe up to 4.
It's a little smaller than that.
But I think--I still think for most people it should probably be able to do as you need.
Pretty basic design.
Pretty rounded on the ends, rounded corners, rounded sides.
It's pretty slim though.
It has a nice feeling in the hand.
It does have some soft touch material on the backside with a little bit of plastic right here on the edges, so pretty basic as I said.
It does have Android 2.1.
It does run a new version of Motoblur.
Of course, that's Motorola's standardized interface that brings all your Facebook, Twitter, your e-mail, your messages, and everything and piles them on one thing.
It does have the usual assortment of Android apps you'd expect.
It has a personal organizer.
It has a media player.
You can download all sorts of applications.
It does have Bluetooth.
It does have speakerphone.
So pretty much what you'd expect.
Again, this is AT&T.
We don't know the price yet, but it will be out before the end of the year for the holidays.
It's the Motorola Bravo.
I'm Kent German, here at CTIA Fall 2010.