Digital cordless phone market is dying as we know it but Motorola is trying to save that market by introducing Android-based digital cordless phones that let you also browse the web while watching TV on your couch.
I think this is a good metamorphosis for the cordless phones, especially with the rise of VOIP phones and usage. Without cool features like a web browser built into the phone itself, consumers are going to have tougher time justifying the buy of cordless phones.
According to Motorola’s rep Daniel (thanks btw!), these digital cordless phones are still in the works and if they are going into production, they should be available near this summer for around $150.
For that price, these might be worth it, especially if you were going to buy cordless phones anyways.
For one thing, these cordless phones will be a lot of fun to have around as they are Android-based and of course, can be hacked fully.