Moto E895

We all know Motorola likes to dabble—those guys have their fingers in just about everything when it comes to mobiles. So with their new E895, what's interesting isn't so much the fact that it's a Linux phone (because it's not their first), it's the totally redesigned interface they're calling JUIX. Not the most oblique reference to the JAVA/Linux platform the device was built upon, but it's nice to see what we presume is that partnership with MontaVista really bearing some fruit. Expect the device to have EDGE data, a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, a microSD (TransFlash) slot, and MotoSync Exchange ActiveSync support, for what we hope will be some sweet push email action.

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