Motorola Citrus: An entry-level, eco-friendly Android smartphone

8 Oct

Here’s another Android device unveiled by Moto. This one’s christened as Citrus and is supposedly an entry-level Android handset with housing built from recycled materials such as post consumer recycled plastic.



The Citrus sports a 3.0-inch capacitive touch display and runs Android 2.1 aka Eclair. It features BackTrack touch panel on the rear, which we first saw on the Backflip, that allows users to easily navigate and scroll though various running apps without touching the display. The phone sports 7 customisable homescreens, a 3.0 MP camera, 2GB of onboard memory, support for up to 32 GB microSD, will come pre-loaded with Microsoft’s Bing search maps and will offer a talktime of approximately 5 hours.



This eco-friendly baby will be available with Verizon Wireless in North America sometime next month.

2 Responses to “Motorola Citrus: An entry-level, eco-friendly Android smartphone”

  1. thakur October 9, 2010 at 3:22 am #

    Looks good. Nice write up

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