Motorola Flipout Review:

on 5:04 AM

    * Pocket-friendly size
    * Full Qwerty keyboard
    * Swappable covers
    * Wi-Fi and HSDPA connectivity for fast Web browsing
    * Small screen
    * Playful appearance may not be for everyone
    * Motoblur widgets need work
The Motorola Flipout has us freaking out. It's the first Android smart phone to throw caution to the wind and bust out a crazy, square, swivelling design. We like its playful form and full Qwerty keyboard, but its small, low-resolution screen and some flaky software mean it's not always hip to be square.
The Flipout isn't in many high-street shops yet, but you can buy it online for free on a £25-a-month, 18-month contract. You can also pick it up for around £250 SIM-free.


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