Rogers has recently announced that they will be coming out with support for the new very oddly shaped device, released from the house of Motorola on the Android platform. This has been accompanied with another phone which is the BlackBerry Curve 9300 which is not much of a developed version of the 8520. The Unlocked BlackBerry Curve 9300 has been given the additional feature of 3G which was not there in the previous mobile phone. Rogers has joined Bell in the market when it comes to the release of the BlackBerry 9300. Both of these are pretty awaited releases and hence we believe that it will be received with much excitement among the users in the country.
The Motorola Unlocked (Flipout) will be released for the first time in North America with this release although the verdict is still to come out on this handset. Though oddly shaped, this mobile phone packs the Android 2.1 and is surely a phone which the new buyers can consider but for themoreexperienced; it is an option which is not really pretty favorable due to its really awkward shape and the swivel design which we are not big fans of. The release of this phone was announced as far back as the month of June. In terms of the features, it gives you the happenings and messages set of widgets which you can use to get all the information from your social networking profile. There are also other features like the screen customization and data manager which allows you to manage your screen arrangement and data usage respectively. In terms of the phone, we are not really impressed with the BlackBerry but we feel that it is natural that Bell went for this as it did not carry the 8530. The Motorola Flipout is available for $29.99 for a three year contract and BlackBerry Unlocked Curve 9300 is available for $79.99 on a similar contract.