It wasn’t just Motorola’s new Verizon phones at the company’s CTIA 2010 event; the new AT&T FLIPOUT, BRAVO and FLIPSIDE had come along for some hands-on play. The FLIPOUT we’re already familiar with, having seen the European model some months back, but the other handsets are a little newer.

All are reasonably solid, the spring-loaded hinge mechanism on the FLIPOUT being surprisingly tactile while the slider on the FLIPSIDE feels sturdy. ┬áNeither QWERTY keyboard is going to win awards for typing, but they’re also better in key-feel than the somewhat mushy DROID ‘board. ┬áThe BRAVO’s display is probably the best of the bunch, with the FLIPOUT being decidedly on the small side and the FLIPSIDE’s being reduced to fit the trackpad. ┬áPersonally we’d rather have seen a bigger touchscreen and lose the trackpad, or put it onto the back of the handset, like with other Motorolas.

More hands-on shots in the gallery below, and details on the three phones here.