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PUBLISHED ON June 2010

Motorola FlipOut

Discontinued
ALSO KNOWN AS
This phone is not compatible with any US GSM operator.

Construction
Dimension67x67x17mm (2.64x2.64x0.67")
Weight120gr (4.23oz)
Form FactorFold-Out
Material
Colors
Metal Frame
Usability
Display Resolution320x240px
Display Size57x43mm (2.24x1.69") ~143PPI
Display Diagonal2.8"
Display Type256K TFT
Secondary Display Resolution
InputNavigation Joystick / Button
QWERTY Keyboard
Capacitive Touchscreen
Talk Time6 hours - 2G
4 hours, 30 minutes - 3G
Standby Time15 days, 5 hours - 2G
15 days, 20 hours - 3G
OSAndroid OS, v2.1
JavaAvailable
VibrationAvailable
RingtonePolyphonic
Hardware
ChipsetTI OMAP 3410
Processor600MHz ARM Cortex-A8
GPUPowerVR SGX530
Ram512MB
Internal Memory150MB
External MemorymicroSD
Camera Resolution3.15 Megapixel
Camera Flash
Camera Lens
Optical Zoom
Front Camera
Front Camera Flash
Other FunctionalitiesDigital Compass
Accelerometer
Proximity Sensor
SpeakerMono
Battery Capacity1130mAh
Battery Type
Connectivity
WIMAX
WiFiWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
UPnP
NFC
USBv2.0
Bluetoothv2.1
Positioning SystemIntegrated GPS
TV Receiver
TV Out
Audio Output3.5mm Jack
RadioFM
RDS
Ethernet
Infrared
Cellular Network
Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
UMTS 900, 2100
HSPA 900, 2100

GSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
UMTS 850, 1900
HSPA 850, 1900
SIM CardsMini
PTT
HSCSDHSCSD
GPRSClass 12
EDGEClass 12
AMPS
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
US Operators
AT&T
GSM 1900 / GSM 850
T-Mobile US
GSM 1900
Verizon
Sprint Nextel
VARIOUS
Price Range

World Compatibility

worldwide compatibility
N/A
2G
3G
3.5G
4G

REVIEWS

80 out of 100
Phone Arena
Now, hot on Sony Ericssons heels comes the quirkier still Motorola FLIPOUT. With a 2.8 inch capacitive touch-screen and a QWERTY physical keyboard underneath, the phone seems to compete ... read more
74 out of 100
CNET Asia
This swivel smartphone delivers an Android experience in a unique form factor that will appeal to youngsters. read more
67 out of 100
CNET
The Motorola Flipout exceeds on some levels, but its unique design doesn't do it any favors as a touch-screen smartphone. read more
60 out of 100
TechRadar
Can a lower price tag flip this phone up the popularity charts? read more
55 out of 100
Good Gear Guide
Motorola has tried something different with the Flipout Android smartphone, but the end result is a clunky-feeling handset that is awkward to use. The Flipout is relatively cheap, but its display has a low resolution and an odd aspect ratio. There are much better alternatives on the market for a similar price. read more
N/A out of 100
mobile-review
N/A out of 100
GSMArena
Motorola is banking heavily on QWERTY droids. The Motorola Flipout looks a bit of a shocker but fits squarely into the lineup. Its tiny, yet offers better features than the Backflip, and social networking is its element. The first thing... read more

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