Edit: This is NOT a MOTO BLUR phone. According to Motorola, certain aspects of MOTO BLUR are brought over, such as social network synchronization, but this is just Motorola’s customized widgets system on a Google phone. It does NOT run MOTO BLUR like other phones, such as the T-Mobile CLIQ and CLIQ XT. The widgets presented run on Android 2.1, though the phone will be upgradeable to Android 2.2 Froyo at a later date, which will add Adobe Flash 10.1 Mobile support.

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