Motorola Backflips to be the First Android AT&T Phone

by Developer.com Staff

AT&T announces first of five Android smartphones the company plans to sell this year.

On March 7, AT&T customers, for the first time, will be able to buy a phone running Google's open source Android operating system. It's a Motorola Backflip.

Wired's Priya Ganapati has the story.

Ganapati reported that the Backflip will retail for $100 and requires a two-year contract. Wired reported that there's a $100 mail-in rebate.

In January, AT&T said they are planning to have five Android phones for sale by the end of the year, Ganapati said.

This article was originally published on Thursday Feb 18th 2010
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