Motorola Backflip, Dext & Quench Coming Soon to Canada

March 3, 2010
Today Motorola announced that they will be bringing three of their latest Android enabled MOTOBLUR smartphones to Canada this year.  Motorola will roll out the Backflip, Dext & Quench to all three national carriers in the first half of 2010.  

MOTOBLUR Smartphone Line-up

Motorola's MOTOBLUR service is advertised as "Phones with Intelligence" and features things like:
  • Facebook™, MySpace and Twitter all in one place, right on your homescreen. Your friends, pics and posts are everywhere you look. And you can blast your status in a snap, to one or all three social networks at once.
  • Put everyone together in one address book without lifting a finger. Only MOTOBLUR continuously syncs your phone and email contacts with your friends from Facebook™, MySpace and Twitter. Automatically.
  • Delivers your texts, emails and messages from Facebook™, MySpace and Twitter in one unified inbox – all together and ready for reply. Stop searching. Start socializing.


Backflip's unique reverse flip design makes it easy to enjoy videos, music and photos, while its QWERTY keyboard allows you to blast through e-mails, texts, news feeds, social network messages and more. Navigate quickly and easily through menus and features with the new and unique BACKTRACK(TM) feature. BACKTRACK is a touch panel located on the opposite side of the device, offering you a new way to scroll through the web, texts, e-mails and news feeds without obscuring the home screen.


Flick through your latest updates and fire back a response on DEXT's slide-out QWERTY keyboard - no apps to open and no menus to dig through, just instant social gratification. Snap photos with DEXT's 5 megapixel camera with autofocus; upload photos simply to your favorite photo sharing or social sites; and make and take clear calls even in noisy environments with dual microphones and noise cancellation technology.


This sleek, customizable touch tablet fits nicely in a palm or pocket. QUENCH's easy-to-use touch pad and enhanced browser bring to life content rich web sites (busy banners, full videos) that many of today's phones can't handle. And with pinch and zoom capabilities, it's easy to enlarge and enjoy all this great content.

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