Verizon Wireless and Motorola today unveiled Motorola CITRUS, a entry-level Android 2.1 smartphone that's also eco-friendly as the phone's housing is made from 25% recycled plastic and the phone's packaging is made from from 80 percent post-consumer recycled paper, and, there is more, the user manual is made using 100 percent recycled paper and soy-based ink. Here are some key facts of the Motorola Citrus:
Key features and specifications:
? Curved design ? Easy-to-use, on-screen QWERTY keyboard (available in landscape and portrait modes) for quick messaging ? Full HTML Web browser ? Preloaded with Bing Search and Bing Maps and delivers a PC-like Web browsing experience with quick access to Web apps and services such as Facebook; Google services such as Gmail, Google Talk and YouTube ? Equipped with BACKTRACK, a touch panel located on the back of the device that enables users to navigate and scroll through websites, home screens, e-mails, music and more without obstructing the display ? Full capacitive touch screen display delivers fluid flick, swipe and pinch-to-zoom navigation ? Seven home screen panels that can be tailored with an array of available shortcuts; applications; and pre-loaded widgets such as sticky notes, weather, messages and calendar ? Android Market ? Choose from thousands of downloadable apps, many of which are free
Pricing and availability:
Motorola CITRUS will be available at www.verizonwireless.com and in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores in Q4 2010. Price info is not yet available.