[MWC 2010] We’ve heard about it since last month, and now we have had the opportunity to play with it: first impressions. Coming to the U.S in March, the MOTOROI is a cousin of the Motorola Droid. Its design is more elegant and it feels lighter, but it does not have a physical keyboard. It runs on a similar hardware platform to the Motorola Droid, so no surprises there. Note that it has a 8 megapixel camera with Xenon Flash and is capable of recording 720p movies that can then be replayed on a big screen via HDMI. On the phone’s screen, the videos looked OK, but I would really need to pull them to a PC to take a good look at them. Just like the Droid, the MOTOROI has an optional docking station that turns it into a super fancy alarm clock while charging it. Overall, it does feel like using a Droid/Milestone and I expect the user experience to be largely similar. Check out our Motorola Droid review if you want to know more.
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