The Motorola Devour is the little brother to the flagship Motorola Droid on Verizon. Though in size it's not smaller, the price tag is lower and some features have been pared down. It has a smaller, lower resolution HVGA capacitive display and a 3MP rather than 5MP camera. Other than that, it's all good and the Devour shares a similar design philosophy with the Droid, featuring a slide-down QWERTY keyboard and all around solid build.
What sets it apart is the Moto Blur software running on top of Android 1.6. Moto Blur is all about social networking, so you get the usual desktop littered with widgets for Facebook, Twitter and more. If you're antisocial, this ain't the phone for you.
The Devour will be available on Feb. 25th and will sell for $99 with contract. It has a GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth and it comes with an 8 gig microSD card. Verizon software includes VZ Navigator (yes, Google Maps is there too), V Cast Music and V Cast video.
Our full review will be out in a few days. Feel free to post questions
-------------------- Lisa Gade Editor in Chief, MobileTechReview
Video review: Motorola Devour Android smartphone on Verizon