Motorola Backflip Android no Google but Yahoo?

The Motorola Backflip, also known as the Motorola Motus and Motorola Enzo is an Android handset with a reverse flip style keyboard and a touchpad on the rear, and now thanks to the guys over at phandroid we have some more details along with new images.

First off here are those specs…Android 1.5 operating system, 3.1 inch HVGA touch screen, 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, MOTOBLUR, AT&T Navigator, AT&T Music, AT&T Mobile App Store.

Now the strange thing about the Motorola Backflip is apparently it will not have any Google apps even though it is an Android handset, and rather than Google Search the Motorola Backflip uses Yahoo!

So it appears that with the uniquely styled Motorola Backflip, Google is showing they are willing to let direct rivals onto the Android stage.

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    Jay says:

    This is not true I watched the CES (Consumer Electronic Show) and it clearly states that this is a Google Android device.

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