As the days and weeks march steadily by the amount of time for Google to get the 20 new promised Android phones onto the market is slipping away. One of the phone makers that is producing some of the Android devices is none other than Motorola.
Motorola has a lot to prove since it has not had a smash hit of a device that users clamored for since the Razr. Some specs surfaced over the weekend of the Motorola Morrison Android-powered smartphone. The Morrison will be a budget priced device with a Qualcomm 528MHz CPU, 256MB of RAM, and 512MB of flash memory for storage of data and files.
The smallish 512MB of onboard storage is supplemented by a microSD card slot with up to 32GB support. The screen has a resolution of 320 x 480 and other features include an accelerometer, proximity sensor, and an ambient light sensor. The phone sports a 5-megapixel camera, GPS, 3G connectivity and Wi-Fi. The device is expected to sell for under $100.