When it comes to Android smartphones, the fragmentation of its software has grown to be a problem worth looking into – and hopefully solved, of course. Folks who want a basic Android handset needn’t look to far away from home, as the Motorola Bravo does seem to be quite decent at a glance. It costs you a single cent for a 2-year contract from AT&T, where it will be accompanied by a 3.7-inch display, sporting 2GB of internal memory, a 3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Apart from that, the Bravo will run off an 800MHz TI OMAP processor and Sandisk iNAND flash memory, alongside an unidentified Skyworks processor which we speculate is an amplifier. Decent enough for everyday use, but don’t expect to play the latest games on this.
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