This evening Motorola announced the MOTOROI, the first Android-powered smartphone to be launched in the South Korean market. The MOTOROI runs on the Android 2.0 OS and features multi-touch browser zooming, Google services like YouTube, Maps, and Gmail,and an 8 megapixel camera that is capable of recording 720p HD video and optical character recognition. The device, which will be sold by SK Telecom, is also the first HDMI capable device in Korea.
The MOTOROI sports the same type of large, high-res display as found on the DROID, a 3.7-inch, 854 x 480 pixel WVGA capacitive touchscreen. The MOTOROI also is equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack, TDMB television support, and plenty of storage space (up to 8GB).
Motorola also says that the MOTOROI features “smart widgets” that can grow and shrink in size when they are being used.
You can read more about the Motorola MOTOROI at the Motorola website. A small image gallery is available after the jump.