Motorola will apparently be launching it's latest mid-range handset the Motorola Fire in late September in the UK. The handset, which is already available in the US has appeared on tech-specialist website Clove.co.uk.
Featuring a 2.8-inch touchscreen above a full QWERTY keyboard, the Fire is clearly aiming at the mid-range market of 'fusion' smartphones which are combining touchscreens with the older conventional keyboards, it also has a 3MP camera on the back.
What may divert your attention however are two other things that feature on this phone; the battery life, and the OS. The Motorola Fire will come with Android Gingerbread 2.3 on-board and will feature what Clove.co.uk believes to be a brand-new UI from the company, taking a departure from MotoBlur. Finally it'll have a 'class-beating' 27-hour battery life on standby, something which not many phones of that price and power can boast.