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Motorola Mobile Phones
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The Motorola Gleam is going back to the roots of the RAZR. Find out if this phone is really worth the money when compared to smartphones.
The Motorola Barrage is a very durable phone, and is a perfect choice for people who are usually hard on their phones or love the outdoors. The Motorola Barrage offers a rich feature set and very good call, audio and video quality.
The Motorola WX345 is a simple, decent and easy-to-use flip phone. It comes in either silver or red colorways and doesn’t have a high price tag at all.
The Motorola Krzr K1 is a stylish clamshell feature phone. It won’t suit anyone seeking a high-tech mobile with high performance but the slim form factor and decent specs may tempt some people. The Krzr K1 is aimed at the younger, non-business market, and is available at very affordable prices.
The Motorola Bali might not be the best mid-range phone, but it is a respectable communication device for Boost Mobile users with a price of $149.99 and free of any contract. Equipped with basic features, the Bali does little to distinguish itself from all the other basic Motorola phones.
The Motorola W490 is a fully functional mobile phone device meant for T-Mobile. It is indeed a great choice for just $49 with service featuring sturdy design along with some strong features. Read the review to know about each of its features in details.
The Motorola V600 mobile phone combines high-end business related features along with customizable style options that can satisfy the needs of most customers. AT&T’s Motorola V600 is the first quad-band GSM phone that is capable of operating globally wherever GSM is located.
The Motorola ES400S is an Enterprise Digital Assistant that can take care of your daily business tasks. It runs on Windows Mobile 6.5 and is powered by a fast 600 MHz ARM 11 processor
The Motorola i1 was the first Android push-to-talk phone on the market. Now we tell you what we think of its build quality, performance and our overall impressions of this tough phone.
The Motorola i886 is another tough mobile phone from Motorola on the Sprint Nextel network. Find out what sets this one apart and makes it worth checking out.
Want a nice Android phone with a QWERTY keyboard and the latest hardware specs? Check out the Motorola Milestone 2. It has all of it, including Android 2.2 Froyo and a 5 MP camera.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) of 2011 showed a plethora of new smartphones, each with slightly different selling points. The Motorola Droid Bionic was no exception, boasting a 1 GHz dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor as well as the capability to use Verizon’s 4G LTE network.
Announced at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, the Atrix 4G has been dubbed the world’s most powerful smartphone by Motorola and AT&T. From a first look, hands on experience, does the Atrix truly look to have what it takes to use that moniker?