The Backflip automatically enters alarm clock mode when in the tabletop stand configuration
Motorola's latest Android phone, the Backflip
The touch surface located on the back of the Backflip's display
The Backflip boasts a larger keypad for typing
Motorola today unveiled the Backflip, follow up to the Android-powered Cliq released last year. Like the Cliq, the Backflip includes Motorola's Motoblur service, which aggregates data from sites like Facebook, Twitter and Gmail and presents it coherently on your home screen - but it's the hardware that really stands out. Read on for the details.
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