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|Release date||March 25, 2010|
|Operating system||Android 1.6|
|CPU||600 MHz Qualcomm MSM7627|
|Memory||512 MB ROM
256 MB RAM
|Storage||Removable: 8 GB; expandable up to 32 GB|
|Display||480 x 320 px, 3.1 in (79 mm), 3:2 aspect ratio, HVGA|
|Input||capacitive touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard|
|Camera||3.0 megapixel with fixed focus|
Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR,
US Version: Dual band CDMA2000/EV-DO Rev. A 800 1900
Internal rechargeable removable lithium-ion polymer battery
|Dimensions||115.5 mm (4.55 in) (h)
61 mm (2.4 in) (w)
15.4 mm (0.61 in) (d)
|Weight||180 g (6.3 oz)|
The Motorola Devour is an Internet and multimedia enabled smartphone designed by Motorola, which runs Google's Android operating system. In the United States, the handset is distributed exclusively by Verizon Wireless. The Devour has a Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) rating of M4/T4. Although it runs Android, the Devour was not branded or marketed as part of Verizon's "DROID" series of Android smartphones.
The Devour marks the second smartphone from Motorola to feature MOTOBLUR. MOTOBLUR provides contact sync from email services like gmail and social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook etc. MOTOBLUR is a re-branded interface developed by Motorola for the Android OS. It replaces both the Google Experience skin and application stack.
MOTOBLUR's primary function is to enable the user to receive various updates from a variety of sources such as Twitter, Facebook, and Email clients directly on their phone's main screen.
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