Motorola has debuted a new Android based smartphone dubbed the Glam, cementing the US firm's commitment to Google's mobile operating system.
Running Android 2.1, the handset packs a 3.7-inch display that can register multiple simultaneous inputs and marks it out as optimised for on the go mobile media.
Also onboard is a five megapixel camera with an an HDMI output for big screen playback that suggests the phone will offer high definition video recording, 1GB of onboard storage space, GPS for navigation and all the usual smartphone trimmings.
The Glam is expected to be exclusive to the South Korean market for the time being, with local network provider SK Telecom snapping it up for its customers in time for its late August launch date.
News of Moto's ongoing support for Google's OS comes after the huge-selling, highly-rated Milestone Android handset almost singlehandedly restored its tarnished reputation among smartphone fans.
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