-I'm Nicole Lee, Senior Associate Editor for CNET.com, and this is a first look at the Motorola Bravo for AT&T.
The Bravo is a mid-range Android phone and it comes with Android 2.1 as well as the latest Motoblur interface.
You can customize the Motoblur interface to get your social network updates, incoming messages, as well as the latest news feeds.
You can also resize and move the widgets around.
The Motorola Bravo comes with a very nice 3.7-inch WVGA display right here.
It is made out of glass and displays 16 million colors.
As you slide through the different home screens, you can tell which screen you're on with the navigation bar at the bottom.
Underneath the display, you do get the Android hotkeys for the pop-up menu, the home key, as well as the back key.
On the back is the 3 megapixel camera lens.
Aside from the usual Google apps like Gmail, Google Talk, and so forth,
the Motorola Bravo also comes with AT&T apps like AT&T Music, AT&T Navigator, and more.
The Motorola Bravo also has Wi-Fi, GPS, and 3G.
The Motorola Bravo also has DLNA support that lets you share media over Wi-Fi.
Other features of the Motorola Bravo include the YouTube app, a variety of e-mail options, and instant messaging.
Of course, you also have stereo Bluetooth.
The Motorola Bravo is available for $130 with a new 2-year service agreement with AT&T.
I'm Nicole Lee.
This has been the first look at the Motorola Bravo.
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