Motorola Devour: Eat Your Android, Verizon Fans

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Motorola's newest offering.

    Verizon customers dying for a crack at one of Motorola's MotoBlur phones just got their hearts' desire in the form of the Devour (yes, I'm officially throwing out your screaming all-caps spelling, Motorola).

    MotoBlur, of course, is the company's Android-backed software that unites all the different ways you connect with individuals (e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, texting, IM, etc.) in one, sort-of-clean interface. The roughly iPhone-size Devour, coming in March, sports a 3.1-inch touchscreen, a slide-out QWERTY… er, Qwerty keyboard and A-GPS, plus it comes with an 8GB microSD card (it supports up to 32GB).

    Having tasted MotoBlur a couple of times, we're happy to see it come to Verizon's least-among-evils network. But we'd be a little more excited if the big V would let us know how much it's gonna cost.

    Via Motorola