MOTOROLA'S LATEST Roi Android handset gets captured on film by the INQUIRER in an exclusive walk through. The Roi is the world's first 8-megapixel Google OS powered mobile, which is capable of HD video capture that can also be displayed directly on an HD TV via its built in HDMI port.
Only recently launched in Korea and yet to ship to the rest of the world, the Motorola Roi is the full touch screen counterpart to the firm's Milestone mobile - only minus the physical Qwerty keyboard that accompanied the original phone. The 3.7-inch WVGA capacitive touch screen has a sizeable display, with an on-screen virtual keyboard that is comfortable enough to use and operate.
Running with the latest public release of the Android platform, the Roi is set to arrive later on in the year, but no plans have been released as to what network the mobile will feature on or the price. µ
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