AT&T (Finally) Goes Android


cyuscavage | March 8, 2010 - 6:23 am

Despite what those annoying Luke Wilson AT&T commercials would have you believe, the iPhone isn’t the only smart phone AT&T offers. In fact, just yesterday, AT&T launched their first Android-powered cell phone when they welcomed the Motorola Backflip into the family. Equipped with GPS, WiFi, a 5-megapixel camera, and Android’s Motoblur feature that helps you manage all of your social media sites more easily, the Backflip is currently available for just $100 after a rebate and a two-year service contract with AT&T. There’s not a whole lot of other bells and whistles on this thing if you’re not an Android person, but if you’re looking to try out an Android phone and you’re still enjoying your 3G connection through AT&T, it’s worth giving it a whirl. —Chris Yuscavage

If you’re interested, check out this dude from AT&T breaking down the features on the Backflip: