The handset will be available in Q1 2010 and will have a similar specification to the original DEXT handset.
Its unique ‘reverse flip’ design makes it possible to include a larger, almost ruggedised, QWERTY keyboard – although early reports from people who have seen it at the CES in Las Vegas say it’s not as tactile and user-friendly as the DEXT or Milestone.
The inclusion of MOTOBLUR syncs contacts, posts, messages, photos and more from services including Gmail, Twitter, MySpace and Facebook.
A new BACKTRACK touch panel located on the rear of the device offers a new way to scroll around the web browser, texts, emails and news feeds without obscuring the home screen.
Finally, a digital picture frame mode works when the phone is put in ‘tabletop mode’, a possibility of the reverse-flip design. It can even be turned into a bedside alarm clock for your morning wake up call.
To get a better idea of how this works (it’s simple when you know how!), check out the video below:
(Via: Mobile Burn)