August 28, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
Motorola has been the most diverse member of the Open Handset Alliance, delivering Android phones in a variety of form factors. The latest design features a bite-sized phone with a 2.8 inch screen and a keyboard that doesn’t need to slide out. There’s something you don’t see everyday.
The Motorola Charm, available for T-Mobile USA, just arrived at my door step, and I’ll be putting it through its paces over the next week. Along the way, I’ll be testing out the device’s keyboard, how apps perform on the QVGA resolution, and attempting to see how successful Motorola is at bringing another phone design to Android.
Below is an unboxing video of the Motorola Charm. Take a quick look at the video for size impressions of the phone and box contents. After seeing these early thoughts, then let me know what you want to know about the device. Drop a line in the comments section and I’ll try to answer it in the full review set to come later this month.