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Motorola Throwing Customized UI On Their Android Devices, Called "Blur"

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We know that Motorola is launching Android handsets soon and the only two we know of so far is the Morrison and the Sholes / Shules. To get back in the game, Motorola is going to work hard to adapt to Android as much as they can. Like HTC's Sense UI on the Hero, Motorola plans to throw a customized UI onto their Android handsets. They're calling the UI "Blur" and below is what we know about it so far.

Motorola’s Android offering is definitely a customization of the Android user interface much like HTC has done. It will combine all personal contacts and social networking sites into a clean and easy to use interface. While it’s nice to know Moto is going to be throwing a skin on top of Android, what’s more interesting is the next part.
The skin/OS is named “Blur” by Motorola and will be heavily web-connected. All Android devices will be able to upgrade different sections of the OS and interface all over the air. There’s been something mentioned about a device key that’s attached to your email and passwords for your social networking accounts. What this presumably does is let all the content be pushed right to the device from the web which includes updates and actual upgrades.

[Boy Genius]


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