Motorola launched their Android 2.1 powered QWERTY, the Charm, in India. The phone has a 7.1cm (2.8inch) TFT full touch display with a full QWERTY keyboard. It also has a Backtrack navigation pad, located on the back of the smartphone directly behind the home screen. It is similar to a laptop touch panel and enables an unobstructed view of the web, texts, e-mails and news feeds.

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The phone comes with seven home screen panels, customizable widgets of live content and live wallpapers. Plus there are new toggle widgets with on/off shortcuts to WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth. Some widgets like calendar, photo and sticky note are resizable. The phone has a full HTML browser, 3G/HSDPA, WiFi and Google Maps, YouTubeTM and Google Search. It has access to thousands of apps on the Android Market, and an Adobe Flash enabled web browsing. Other features include: