Given the company's Android offerings (both released and rumored) as of late, it's somewhat interesting to see Motorola release a non-Android device. That being said, $160 isn't a bad price for an unlocked device that packs a QWERTY keyboard, QVGA display, 2.0-megapixel camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a microSD card slot with support for up to 32GB.
Known as the "MOTOCUBO" in the South American market, the "Eco" is made from recycled and corn-based materials, giving it its "green" status. Sure, it may not be your day-to-day device, but the A45 would make for a good backup phone for those weekends where e-mail just isn't the priority. The device is available today from Motorola's website. Anyone giving thought to picking one up?