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Motorola Flipside Review

Motorola Flipside MB508 was introduced in 2010, after Motorola had launched some flip phones. Interestingly this device is the only one among them that has a traditional touchscreen and sliding mechanism. Though Motorola Flipside offers nothing new, in terms of appearance, does it make up for it in terms of performance? Read on to find out.

Design and Quality

Motorola Flipside phone is a plastic device with a chrome bezel lining around the edges. It has a soft touch exterior, fitting well into the hand. The display is dominated by a 3.1″ HVGA capacitive touchscreen, having 320×480 pixel resolution. Colors on this device look average. However, screen visibility outdoors is quite poor and viewing angles are limited. Below the screen there are four capacitive buttons (menu, home, search and back) surrounding a large optical trackpad. The screen responds well to touch and the size of the trackpad makes navigation smoother. While the left side of the device holds the microUSB port and LED indicator light, the right side houses the camera button and volume rocker and the top contains the 3.5mm headset jack, microphone and power button. Overall, the device has a standard build.

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Unlock HTC Fuze

HTC Fuze on AT&T was released in 2008, with a host of features for users. Specifically, the business user can use this device to keep in touch and conduct transactions. A closer look reveals the following.

Design and Quality

It is commonly believed that HTC Fuze is the AT&T version of HTC Touch Pro, with many similar features between the two of them. Both devices do have a similar design, with the HTC Fuze having a pure black look that makes it look sophisticated. The rear of this device has a textured diamond look. The display on HTC Fuze is dominated by a 2.8″ TFT-LCD touch-sensitive screen. Image and text look bright and clear on this device. Below the screen there are the Talk and End keys and Home and Back button, with a directional pad at the centre. The accelerometer helps in effortlessly changing the orientation of HTC Fuze from portrait to landscape mode or vice versa. While the power button is located at the top of HTC Fuze, the bottom contains the USB port/charging port and the left side houses the volume rocker and push-to-talk key.

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Motorola Quench XT3 Review

Motorola Quench XT3 is a mid-range Android smartphone that was released in 2010, adding to the existing mid-range Android devices that are now available in the market. The important question to be answered is, does Motorola Quench XT3 provide value for money? Here’s taking a closer look:

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Samsung Wave Review

Samsung Wave isn’t just any ordinary device. Running Samsung’s own OS for the first time and being packed with some impressive features, this smartphone built up a lot of expectations. Did it live up to them? Here’s what you need to know before deciding whether to purchase this device or not.

Design and Quality

At first glance, Samsung Wave is a winner. It looks sleek, with its polished metal body making it look like a high-end device. With only 10.9mm thickness, Samsung Wave feels really slim. It can be easily held in the hand. The 3.3″ super AMOLED multitouch capacitive screen on this device really lives up to expectations. With 480Ă—800 pixel resolution, image and text look bright and clear and contrast levels can really blow your mind away. Moreover, there are multiple viewing angles and screen visibility outdoors is great. Below the screen there are the Call and End keys, with a large diamond shaped Menu key in the center. While the left side houses the volume rocker, the right side holds the camera key and lock and the top of the Samsung Wave holds a 3.5mm headset jack and microUSB port.

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Motorola Fire XT Review

Recently Motorola launched two budget smartphones, Motorola Fire and Motorola Fire XT. With these devices, Motorola aims to enter a market largely dominated by Samsung, Nokia and HTC. Will Motorola manage to capture attention with Motorola Fire XT? Let’s find out.

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Motorola Motokey First Impressions

Motorola has a social networking phone up their sleeve which is aimed at the budget-phone user. While previous attempts at mid-level social network smartphones have been made by other firms, Motorola has decided to step into this field as well, with the Motokey being described as a sleek social butterfly. Will the Motorola Motokey on Telus provide something refreshing? Read on, to get a better idea of what this device has to offer.

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Motorola Charm Review

How would you like to experience the Blackberry form factor, with the Android operating system thrown in? With many users yearning for this, Motorola has provided a solution to the problem with the Motorola Charm. But is this smartphone able to live up to expectations? Does it deliver, not only on appearance but also on performance? Here’s taking a closer look:

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Samsung Replenish Review

Samsun Replenish is different from other mid-range devices that have been offered recently. This is on account of the fact that this is a green phone that runs on Android. While a lot of environmentally friendly devices have been released in the recent past, Samsung Replenish brings together a stylish device, coupled with some handy features. A closer look reveals the following:

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Samsung Focus Review

Released in 2010, Samsung Focus is a Windows 7 smartphone. It boasts of a competent OS and has a decent build. But does it perform well? We’ll take you through this device, so that you know what it has to offer.

Design and Quality

Samsung Focus is a black plastic device that has a chrome band running around the edges. The display is dominated by a 4″ Super AMOLED touchscreen. At 800Ă—480 pixel resolution, image and text look bright and clear on this device. While this phone does have a smooth look, it is not one of the slimmest devices around. The left side of the Samsung Focus houses the volume rocker while the right side contains the camera key and the power button. The charging port and headset jack are located at the top of this device. Apart from these controls, below the screen there are three touch-sensitive buttons: Home, Search and Back.

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Nokia N8-00 Review

Nokia N8-00 is a snazzy looking device released by Nokia. Since various competitive devices have been released recently, Nokia has been under a lot of pressure to come up with something spectacular. Does it break ground with the Nokia N8-00? A closer look reveals the following:

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