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Motorola E11: another touchscreen Moto you probably can't have

Chris Ziegler

We could totally picture Android on this puppy, but make no mistake -- the so-called E11 from Motorola that mobile-review's talking about very likely runs some funky proprietary Linux build as members of the MING series do. The rather plain-looking phone is said to top out with a measly dual-band GPRS radio and handwriting support, proof positive that it's targeted at the mainstream Chinese market (where Moto's got a reasonably booming business) without 3G or global roaming capability. The screen's just QVGA and the camera is an uninspiring 3 megapixels, but hey, it still could've made an interesting foil to the Tattoo at an even lower price point.

[Via Unwired View]

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