T-Mobile’s latest Android Smartphone is the Motorola Charm, a candybar, low-end Android device designed to meet the needs of individuals on a restricted budget. Previously, it sold for $74.99 but recently received a price cut of $25, so it now sells for $49.99. Personally, for its specs, I always believed $75 was a bit costly for a simple device, so I find its new price of $49.99 more enticing. The Motorola Charm feature a 2.8 inch touch screen, portrait-style QWERTY keyboard, 3MP camera, Android 2.1, MOTOBLUR UI skin, BACKTRACK navigation, WiFi, and GPS. The Charm only launched a few short weeks ago, so it is surprising to see a price cut this early, but it was probably done in order to boost sales. T-Mobile already offers a top notch high-end device in the Samsung Vibrant, therefore the Charm offers a nice balance.