Jul 05 AT 9:11 AM Taylor Wimberly 2 Comments

Motorola Charm coming soon to T-Mobile for free

T-Mobile customers will soon be able to pick up the Motorola Charm for free with 2yr contract. Our friends over at TmoNews have spotted a promotional poster which advertises the phone will be offered for free during an upcoming back to school sale.

No specs have been revealed, but we expect the Charm to be an entry-level Android phone based on its cost. The suggested retail price for customers buying the phone off-contract is only $269.99, which makes it one of the cheapest Android phones.

For an idea of the possible specs check out Motorola’s developer page for the Flipout, a similar small-screen Android phone. That device features a 2.8 inch QVGA display (Charm appears to be the same) and has a 600 MHz TI OMAP3410 processor.

If you have any friends of family members who lean towards BlackBerry’s design principles, the Charm could be the perfect device to help encourage them to switch over to Team Android.

Source: TmoNews

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    Its suck I rather wait for my cliq to get android 2.1 os. The only thing this phone has going for it is operating system . Shame on t-mobile to bring a lower end spec worst then the cliq and mytouch3g slider smh!

  • http://Website adam

    3megapixes and allow u to use 150 mb of storage smh! Cliq has 205 mb I rather stay with that and 5 megapixes then downgrading my phone to lower spec similar to a g1 with 4 inches smaller . What with moto and making cheaper phone then the g1? I guess they never learn. T-mobile need to worry about updating os to there cliq and cliq qt then getting moto cheap ass phone that look worst then moto droid. Specs that it seem only like 2007.