2.1 and flash news

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    Thanks for the link to the BGR report. Glad to see Moto Droid is going to be getting it all. Because of this I certainly see no need to be excited about getting the N1.

    Also, I'm not excited about the Backflip either. That picture is a Droid in the multimedia charger....and it's not even the 2.1 version either....
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    Hmmm...

    First of all who wants MotoBlur...

    Second of all :

    • DISPLAY TYPE
      256k TFT
    • COLORS
      Platinum Silver
    • DISPLAY SIZE
      3.1-in.; HVGA (320 x 480 pixels)
    (Compared to the Droids
    DISPLAY SIZE

    3.7-in.; WVGA (480 x 854 pixels); 16:9 widescreen)





    MEMORY8
    2 GB microSD pre-installed

    The picture doesnt even appear to have the four standard Android buttons.

    I do like the flip feature that makes it a stand.

    However the specs don't come close to the Droid. Except for the Flip I'll keep my Droid.
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    • All Motorola Android handsets, including the CLIQ, will be updated to Android 2.1
    • Motorola is working on Flash 10.1 integration, is optimized for the DROID’s chipset and will be pushed out the DROID at some time in the future
    • Motorola DROID will receive a second maintenance update in the near future