Motorola Flipout, Bravo and Flipside: Android-smartphones for AT & T

Motorola has announced three new smartphones running Android OS for the U.S. mobile operator AT&T – Motorola Bravo, Flipside and Flipout.

The Flipout has been introduced earlier, but now it’ll be released in the US. The devices don’t run the latest version of Android, but Android 2.1 and support Motoblur interface.But most likely an upgrade to Android 2.2 will happen soon.

Motorola Flipout is a compact smartphone with a touchscreen that rotates and is equipped with a QWERTY-keyboard. It’ ll come to AT&T on October 17 $79.99 with a contract.

Motorola Bravo was formerly known as Motorola MB520 Kobe/Diablo. It’s pretty advanced candy bar with a 3.7-inch display with a 854×480 pixels resolution and multi-touch support. It is based on 800-MHz chip, TI OMAP 3610, supports 3G networks, is equipped with a GPS-receiver, Wi-Fi module with DLNA, 3-megapixel camera, a slot for microSD memory cards and FM-radio. The cost of the device is $129.99 with a contract, the smartphone will be released closer to Christmas holidays.

And finally, the smartphone Motorola Flipside, rumored as Sage, will come to the end of the year for $99.99 with a contract. This is a slider with 3.1-inch HVGA-touchscreen (320×480 pixels) and a sliding QWERTY-keyboard. Among its features – 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3-megapixel camera and microSD-card slot.