Motorola FIRE Review
Motorola FIRE Review:
Motorola announced low rang to mid range Android phone the Motorola FIRE, with a QWERTY keyboard this phone is a beautiful equated with Droid Pro. This device has 2.8” TFT capacitive touchscreen with a 256K colors display, the touchscreen has Moto Switch UI and multi- touch features. The QWERTY keyboard is in good figure to provide a solid grip for texting and the typing speed could reach very fast after becoming use to of it. The shape is very slim as well as 13.5 mm and the weight of this phone is just 110 g. So this device is the ideal for middle rang texting lovers of Brazilian market along with the Android setup. This device is with MP3 ringtones of alert type and vibration, the loudspeaker is well enough to provide good quality sound for songs lover along with 3.5mm jack. There is a microSD card slot which is capable to support up to 32GB memory card.
The Motorola FIRE is attached with a 3.15 MP camera, the photo shooting is a bit slower as for as photo to photo time. It captures good images with still position of camera and the object but if any of them moves will make the image a bad shaped. Daylight photo result is good enough to capture and upload a 2048×1536 pixels photo but in dark it’s not going to work that way. The camera can support GEO-tagging feature. It has the v2.3 Android operating system which controls all basic computer operations of the phone. It is featured with stereo FM radio with RDS, A-GPS support, Java MIDP emulator and HTML browser. Some of the latest features are fitted like Voice memo/dial, Maps, Google Search, Document viewer, YouTube, Gmail, Predictive text input, Photo viewer, Google Talk and Organizer.
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