At CTIA Enterprise and Applications 2010 in San Francisco, Motorola unveiled six new Android smartphones:
- Flipside This QWERTY slider features a unique large trackpad on front panel beside 3.1" touchscreen. It runs a 720MHz processor and Android 2.1, and will be available for $99 on AT&T.
- Spice touchphone is designed for one-handed use, it features a shorter chassis, has Motorola's Backtrack trackpad on rear, and a portrait QWERTY keyboard.
- Citrus is designed for one-handed use and features a Backtrack trackpad, but no QWERTY keyboard. Verizon Wireless will be getting this touchphone.
- Bravo 3.7" touchphone is bound for AT&T. Running an 800MHz TI OMAP processor, and equipped with a 3.2 megapixel camera, Bravo will be available for $129.99 this holiday season.
- Flipout Like the Charm, features a 2.8" square screen and square keyboard, but it has a corner hinge which lets the device be folded over. This will be available with AT&T on October 17 and will cost $79.99.
- Droid Pro is bound for Verizon Wireless, and it is the second QWERTY candybar phone that Motorola has made, and it definitely will appeal to BlackBerry users. With a 3.1" HVGA touchscreen, a 1GHz TI processor, 2GB of onboard memory with microSD support up to 32GB, Android 2.2, and mobile hotspot capability, supporting up to five devices, the Droid Pro is the highest-end device Motorola has unveiled this time around.