Motorola Quench with Android 2.1 for Young People

After all that has given mention the Motorola Milestone, another model of the multinational American rises to the fore of the Mobile World Congress. As previously mentioned, the new model Motorola Quench will also include the operating system Android 2.1 in its bowels. But this time with the Motoblur customization the manufacturer performs the GUI, as well as Adobe Flash Lite as a reinforcement for web browsing.

Aimed at the younger market segment, Motoblur includes widgets connected in real time to the most popular social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and Last.fm. It also has email clients like Gmail and Yahoo, in addition to many other services which remain connected through the relevant data, both 3 G and Wi-Fi connection. Without a doubt, a good claim for a phone of the more sober aesthetic.

The phone incorporates a 3.1 inch HVGA touch screen with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, which govern all its functions. Only a few sensitive buttons at the bottom identifying the basic functions of the terminal. Although some may be carried out by voice commands. Which will facilitate the control of a device that has system Swype for the introduction of text through the touch screen, which interprets the characters intended to be written from the strokes made with your finger on the screen, by comparing them with a dictionary of words.

On the other hand, the 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, In addition to a generous compendium of reproducible media formats from the memory card microSD, they eventually qualify a device versatile. Without forgetting the connection Bluetooth y A-GPS, not to get lost along the way.