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Motorola Milestone review

Ilse Jurriën : 2010-10-20 21:55:00
Motorola Milestone review at LetsGoMobile : Motorola’s mission is to win back lost market shares, and the Motorola Milestone is part of that strategy. Motorola is going down a new, logical road with the Android operating system. The Motorola Milestone has a foldable QWERTY-keyboard, a 5.0 megapixel digital camera, a built-in GPS-antenna, HSDPA and Wi-Fi. We have extensively tested the Motorola Milestone smartphone.

• Read the full Motorola Milestone review at LetsGoMobile.


Motorola Backflip

Mark Peters : 2010-03-09 07:50:00
Motorola Backflip Android Smartphone : We first ran into the new Motorola Backflip Smartphone during the Sneak Preview, an event preceding the Consumer Electronics Show 2010 in Las Vegas. The CES is the most important consumer electronics show of the world. Before that, it was mostly a rumor going around about a new Motorola Smartphone with a unique design. And the design of the Motorola Backflip handset is indeed unique. Although the Backflip smartphone from Motorols is no high-end phone, it still has some unique qualities; a bit of a different design, a touch panel on the back of the display(!), and a back with a keypad. Additionally, the display can be almost entirely ‘turned around’ to then be positioned above the keypad.


Motorola Quench review

Mark Peters : 2010-02-25 11:30:00
Motorola Quench quick review at Mobile World Congress : Motorola’s presence during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona did not go by unnoticed. Motorola seems to make optimal use of the increasing popularity of Google’s Android OS. In the period preceding the MWC 2010, the air was buzzing with rumors about many new Android phones, including the so-called Zeppelin. The pseudonym Zeppelin received its official name, the Motorola Quench (Motorola Cliq XT for United States), and we were given a first impression during our visit to the show. The Motorola Quench is an Android smartphone that can be placed in the middle segment. The first sensation that the Motorola Quench Smartphone gives is fair, not very solid, but also not too cheap.






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