Motorola Citrus Android Phone Coming on Verizon, Features Backtrack Touch Panel and Bing

Written By Sam on 6 October 2010
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Motorola has released a full touch smartphone called Citrus to be available on Verizon Wireless network. Running on Android 2.1 and flaunting a 3-inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen, the Citrus is an entry-level affordable CDMA device with features that are basic. There is no word yet on whether Motorola will release an Android 2.2 (Froyo) update for the phone in the future or whether it will be launching a GSM variant of the handset.

Notable specs include a 3 megapixel camera and a Backtrack touch panel aimed at enabling easy navigation through mobile web pages, home screens and e-mail messages. It will come with CDMA 1X /EV-DO Rev. 0 connectivity and will hit stores in the US in the fourth quarter of this year.

Motorola Citrus Features

  • 3-inch touchscreen with swipe and pinch-to-zoom features
  • Android 2.1 operating system with MotoBlur
  • Access to Android Market
  • A square Backtrack Panel (next to the camera) that can act as touch-based navigation panel
  • 3MP camera with fixed focus and digital zoom
  • 3.5mm jack for music enthusiasts
  • QWERTY keypad
  • HTML web browser
  • Integrated Bing Search and Bing Maps
  • Supports social networking/e-mail services, including Facebook, Gmail, Google Talk and YouTube
  • Integrated widgets, including sticky notes, messages and calendar
  • 100MB storage and a 2GB
  • A microSD card (expandable up to 32GB)

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