The Devour is the newest smartphone coming out of the brains at Motorola at now, it seems, we finally have a price. In a leaked Best Buy flyer, it seems that the Motorola Devour will be selling at Best Buy for a mere $149.99 which doesn't seem bad given the spec sheet on the device.
The Devour is 3G capable and runs on the Android 1.6 platform. It has a 3 megapixel camera with continuous digital zoom as well as a fixed focus and image editing tools like cropping, geo tagging and rotating.
The Devour is also MOTOBLUR enabled. It has picture id, ringer id, and social network status on the main display and it is capable of directly messaging Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. The Devour also lets you share photos via MySpace, Photobucket, Picasa and Facebook.
With this device you can also customize your homescreen with MOTOBLUR's Happenings, Status and Messaging widgets which deliver you status posts and things like that. You can also customize it with RSS news widgets to keep you informed 24-7. MOTOBLUR also synchs personal and work contacts and connected social networks.
As far as music and video goes, the Devour has a native music player and is video capable with AAC, AMR, H.263, H.364, MP3, MPEG-4, WAV, WMA, WMV, MIDI and AAC+ playable formats. The Devour can also stream media video with a video capture rate of 23 fps.
The Devour can also web browser if you so desire. The device has the Android HTML Webkit with Adobe Flash Lite web browser. Stereo Bluetooth technology, Class 2+ EDR, which supports profiles A2DP, HSP and HFP is enabled as well as 802.11 b,g Wi-Fi. The Devour has a USB 2.0 high speed data transmission with data access and a Micro USB connector.
In the messaging part of the Devour the device has AOL Instant Messenger, Windows Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger and Google Talk for IM and Corporate, Gmail, IMAP, POP3, Attachment and Browser document viewer (Microsoft Office and pdf) and HTML email composer for e-mail.
All of this combined with a 1400 mAh Lithium Ion battery with a suspected 389 minuets of continuous use on a single charge makes the Devour seem pretty good for a mere $150. A price that is sans mail-in rebate if you grab it from Best Buy with a new 2-year agreement.
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