Motorola Morrison spec'd out

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Like Palm before the Pre, Motorola is on its last leg and the adoption of Google’s Android OS could make or break the handset division of the company. We’ve seen numerous images and industrial sketches of the forthcoming Morrison, but hardware specs have been absent until now. Android and Me has been tipped off on the purported specs for the QWERTY slider.

Moto has gone with a Qualcomm MSM 7201A 528MHz processor, which is the same series (MSM 72XX) chip that the G1 and myTouch 3G are powered with. RAM and ROM are the same as the myTouch at 256MB and 512MB, respectively. Screen resolution is HVGA (320×480), camera (AF, adjustable WB, etc.) resolution is 5 megapixels and, yes, there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Previous rumors indicate the Morrison aka Cliq could launch on October 21 with T-Mobile.

via Android and Me

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