Motorola's unusual Flipout phone — which sports a slide-under square QWERTY keyboard — is on sale at a run-out price of $99 at Dick Smith stores. Things to note: it's in-store only, Vodafone-locked, and has no official upgrade path beyond version 2.1. It's also substantially cheaper than its $299 launch price (though even that was in the lower range for Android devices when it launched). [Dick Smith via OzBargain]
Dick Smith Selling Motorola Flipout For $99
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