The Motorola MB511 FlipOut features a five-row full QWERTY keyboard and will sport GPS, Wi-Fi and dual-band 3G with HSDPA connectivity. The standard microUSB port and the social-networking-centered MOTOBLUR UI are also confirmed.The Motorola MB511 FlipOut screen will pack screen resolution higher than the MILESTONE. It will have a 3.1 MP camera with a 2.8 “display screen. Interal memory of 512 ROM & 256 MB RAM.Looking for a cheap phone, which offers users complete experience for music, video and mobile TV? Look no further, the Motorola Flipout MB511 is the ultimate entertainment and communication source. Released in 2010, having successors and discontinued by T-Mobile, the Motorola MB511 can be yours today at a cheap price.Motorola Flipout MB511:Sound and Music:Vibration, polyphonic and MP3 ringtones. Media player. Stereo 3.5mm output. FM radio with RDSmicro. SD slot, up to 32GB, 2GB card included. LoudspeakerMobile Features:Phone number directory. GamesDate and clock. Alarm clock with multiple ringtones. GPRS/GSM 2G network operation. WiFi 802.11b/g. Digital compass with GPS support. Facebook, Flickr and Twitter integration. Predictive text output. Bluetooth v2.1mini. USB port. Technical Profile:67mm x 67mm x 17mm. 6 hours talk time365 hours standby time. 1130 m. Ah Li-ion battery. Android OS, v2.1Image:2.8" Touchscreen256,000 colors. 320 x 240 pixels3.In addition to being square, the Flipout shares the Nokia Twist's swivel design. Though common several years ago, swivel models are quite rare today. It's also quite compact for a smartphone at just 2.64 inches long by 2.65 inches wide by 0.67 inch thick. It will fit in smaller pockets, and at 3.8 ounces it won't weigh you down when you're on go. Fortunately, the Flipout has a solid, sturdy feel, and the swivel mechanism isn't too loose. We also liked that you could type on the Flipout's keyboard without the handset feeling top-heavy.