Pivoted at one corner, the hidden QWERTY keyboard slides out - hence the smartphone's name
The Flipout will be available in a number of funky colors, although these may be country specific
The full QWERTY keyboard benefits from a separate row for numbers
The 2.8 inch 320 x 240 QVGA display should always be the right way up thanks to an accelerometer
Can the Flipout square up to the smartphone competition?
It's now hip to be square. After the customary rumor onslaught, Motorola has finally got round to making its quadratic new mobile phone official. Hiding behind its 2.8-inch display is a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out on a pivot, hence the chosen name for the device - the Flipout. The Android smartphone allows users customizable views of social network feeds, photos snapped with its camera can be uploaded to sharing sites with the touch of a button and conversations benefit from audio enhancement technology.
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