Motorola Calgary

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Motorola Calgary
TypeSlider smartphone
Operating systemAndroid

Arm Cortex A8 550 mHz PowerVR SGX 530 GPU

430MHz TMS320 C64x DSP + ISP (Image Signal Processor)
MemoryRAM: 256MB, ROM: 512MB
StorageOnboard Flash memory: 512MB/Expandable up to 32 GB.
Display854 x 480 px, 3.2 in (81 mm), WVGA, 265 pixels per inch (ppi)
InputMulti-touch capacitive touchscreen display, QWERTY keyboard
Camera3.0 megapixel with auto focus and flash
ConnectivityUSB Micro-B
Wi-Fi (802.11b/g), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Dual band CDMA2000/EV-DO Rev. A 800 1900 MHz
Power1400 mAh
Internal rechargeable removable lithium-ion polymer battery
Dimensions115.8 mm (4.56 in) (h)
60 mm (2.4 in) (w)
13.7 mm (0.54 in) (d)
Mass169 g (6.0 oz)

The Motorola Calgary is an Android-based smartphone by Motorola to be initially distributed[when?] by Verizon Wireless in the United States. Features of the phone include Wi-Fi networking, a 3-megapixel low light capable digital camera, a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack, interchangeable battery, 3.2-inch touchscreen, MicroSDHC support, QWERTY keyboard, and Texas Instruments OMAP 3430 processor. The Motorola Calgary runs version 1.6, codenamed doughnut, of Google's Android operating system. The phone does, however, run the re-branded MOTOBLUR version of Android, instead of providing the Google Experience skin and application stack. The phone could possibly be a more affordable alternative to the Motorola Droid. Recent photos have leaked, having the phone differ largely form the original render, now seen in the colors black and silver, still running MOTOBlur. It is also assumed that Verizon will release it under the name DROID Devour, as their current Android device naming is out into place.

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