The Motorola HS1001 Android cordless phone isn’t the first Android phone for the home we’ve clapped eyes on, but this one’s got the backing of a big old telco, and is aimed at the home, rather than swanky exec offices. Read all about what the Motorola HS1001 Android phone can do right here.
The Motorola HS1001 Android phone uses the DECT 6.0 standard for cordless home phones, as well as Wi-Fi to get online through the touchscreen. Although there’s no Market access for the Motorola HS1001 Android landline phone, so you can’t stuff it full of third party apps, it’ll still do you fine for browsing the web and tapping out emails.
Of course, if you’re in the home, so would a laptop, but the Motorola HS1001 Android isn’t a bad idea if all you’ve got is a cheap mobile and a desktop PC gathering dust upstairs. The Motorola HS1001 Android is actually made by Binatone, but will be branded with Moto’s familiar logo when it launches in Q3 of this year, or late Summer to us lay folk.
Check out the Motorola HS1001 Android phone official pics in our gallery, and stay tuned for more news fresh out of CeBIT this week!
Out Q3 2010 | £TBC | Motorola