Motorola Charm Combines QWERTY, Candybar and Android
The Charm is the spiritual successor to the Backflip, as a touchpad, mounted on the back of the phone, can be used to navigate the OS. Also featured is a 2.8-inch touchscreen, and Motorola's much maligned Blur interface, which compiles social networking feeds on your home screen. The Charm will be loaded with Android 2.1 instead of the finally official Froyo, but we wouldn't be surprised if an update were to come shortly after it hits shelves. You'll also find Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a Kodak-branded 3-megapixel camera. There has been no mention of GPS, but, hopefully, that omission was accidental.
The Charm will be coming to T-Mobile "this summer" for an undisclosed price, but we'd expect it to be on the cheap side. [From: Motorola, via: Engadget]