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Motorola MotoSmart Review

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Motorola MotoSmart is definitely designed for new Android users, which is extremely easy to set up right out of the box.

Design Motorola Motosmart seems to have an elegant and modern look, with an inward curvature on the back and some sculpting on its front. It has a very narrow frame around the front part, which is quite nice as we don’t have the same effect on the (more…)

Motorola Defy XT Review

The Motorola Defy XT is a water-resistant and dustproof Android smartphone, which can make it a great companion for those who love surf and sand.

Design The Motorola Defy XT is a pocketable and pleasantly small device, especially when compared to the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Motorola Electrify 2. It is comfortable to hold and relatively lightweight, with a somewhat generic black slab design. The phone should survive more (more…)

Motorola Droid RAZR HD Review

Motorola Droid RAZR was a big hit when it released last yea and the new Droid RAZR HD is a new evolution. Touting a 4.7” display, the Droid RAZR HD is set impress Android consumers.

Design As far as the design is concerned, the phone should appeal to any RAZR lover. There’s the usual Kevlar coating on the back and the device is covered with brushed aluminum ring. This (more…)

Motorola Defy Mini Review

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The original Motorola Defy was a winner in the Android ecosystem with its nice software-based upgrades and neat design touches. The Motorola Defy+ is a revamped handset, which has a few things left out of the original Defy. Now, the Motorola Defy Mini comes with the same solid specification in a smaller form factor.

Design The Motorola Defy Mini is definitely small and we may easily say that it’s something (more…)

Motorola RAZR i Preview

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Things have been pretty quiet among Motorola’s ranks since the previous RAZR and it simply releases a smattering of mediocre handsets after another. The new RAZR i is Motorola Mobility’s latest device and as a mid-range handset, it includes an innovative edge-to-edge design. The RAZR i is pegged for next month and it could be priced at around $400 contract-free.

Design The RAZR i seems to share the (more…)