Motorola Backflip ENZO – First AT&T Android Phone

On January 18, 2010, in Cell Phones, by Dwarka Rao

Motorola gives the first Android powered phone to AT&T network. And the factor which makes this Android phone more special is the name “Backflip”, which lets you to flip the screen while closing the phone. Motorola Backflip is officially known as Motorola ENZO and features Motorola BLUR, the social networking layer.


Although, Motorola ENZO is an Android phone but it does not feature any of the Google Applications except for Google Maps. ENZO features back folding QWERTY keyboard and this leads to the unconventional positioning of its 5 megapixel camera which is at the left bottom corner of the keyboard.

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