Motorola DEVOUR now available at Verizon

Motorola [MOT] and Verizon [VZ] have just announced that the Motorola DEVOUR is available to purchase online from the Verizon store. It is also available in store to buy costing $149.99 which is the price after the usual $100 mail in rebate as well as signing a 24 month contract with the wireless company.

The Motorola DEVOUR is an Android based phone that runs on a 3G network and happens to be the second Google [GOOG] Android device to hit Verizon.

The technical specs of the phone show that it has a 3.1 inch screen that’s capacitive touch. For storage it has an 8GB microSD card included. A full QWERTY keyboard slides out of the left side of the device allowing it to be used in landscape mode. The MOTOBLUR service is also included that aims to bring social media content to the handset in one location rather than on different applications.

Around the back of the device is a 3 megapixel camera. For connectivity it has wireless networking that can connect up to 802.11b and g networks as well as Bluetooth 2.0+EDR. GPS is included and finally a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The launch of the Motorola DEVOUR also marks the beginning of Skype Mobile launching on the Verizon network. The DEVOUR is one of the several devices listed that can install and make use of Skype calls to Skype users and to international users too by using Skype Out.

Full details regarding the phone can be found over at Verizon.

Via: Mobile Crunch

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