AT&T goes for 3-peat with new Android devices

October 5, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka

AT&T, Motorola


AT&T just added three new devices to its Android stable. As the mobile industry gears up for the CTIA conference, AT&T announced the Bravo, Flipout, and Flipside – all new devices from Motorola.

Each phone comes with a unique form factor and appeal. The Flipout has been seen several times before and was almost rumored to be scrapped, but AT&T have announced that the MOTOBLUR-powered swivel phone will be available beginning October 17.

The Flipside, which will be available for $99.99 beginning this holiday season, will have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard with 3.1-inch screen (HVGA), and trackpad to navigate. The Flipside also runs MOTOBLUR and features CrystalTalk PLUS for improved talk quality.

The Bravo is the belle of the ball, relatively speaking. Available this year for $129.99, the device has a 3.7-inch screen (WVGA) and 800 MHz processor. The device also has a 3 megapixel camera with digital zoom and auto-focus, DLNA media streaming, and – you guessed it – MOTOBLUR.

Click on an image to be taken to that device’s official AT&T landing page.