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Smartphone Future…Motorola Superphone

By Matt Colin

If the Motorola superphone that their CEO, Sanjay Jha, revealed is planning to be released by the end of this year actually makes it to market, the ‘smartphone’ will be a thing of the past. I mean who will want smart when they could have super? So what is this Motorola superphone supposed to be able to offer that current smartphones won’t have that will make it so much better? Let’s take a look.

Motorola Superphone Versus Smartphones

Motorola’s superphone could literally have double the amount of processing power than any other smartphone on the market right now. They plan to do this by introducing an unprecedented 2 GHz processor into their superphone, which is twice that of the 1 GHz in the top of the line smartphones. That can make a serious difference for you in the speed and capacity of all the programs you do and could have on your phone.

Android’s newest expected operating system(FROYO 2.2) should also be preinstalled on the Motorola superphone. It will also carry the Nvidia Tegra grapics chip which has Flash 10.1 hardware acceleration capabilities so you can watch Flash grapics and movies on your phone. You can’t even do that with the iPhone 4.

The Motorola superphone will also try to keep up with competitors such as the Apple iPhone 4 by adding a built in gyroscope to allow the phone to be controlled on a full 6 axis functionality. This is probably most useful when gaming on your phone. Their will be programs and apps added to help you as well. Swype will be on to help make keyboard controls simpler. Blockbuster Video will also have a service available to rent or buy movies to download directly on your phone. Then you can just wirelessly tether it to a computer or t.v. because the new superphone will almost certainly have this now almost standard feature.

The Motorola superphone is being projected to be ready by the 2010 holiday season. Now whether that means it will be here by the Thanksgiving holiday, or the Christmas holiday, we will have to wait and see. Either way, for now, we can at least have another phone besides Apple’s iPhone’s to be excited for again. Hopefully they are not just blowing hot air to try and take away a little steam from Apple’s release of the iPhone 4, but Motorola’s CEO is the one who said it, so it’s a good bet we can get our waiting shoes on for the superphone!

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