Motorola Gleam Plus Review
Motorola announced the Gleam plus in Feb 2012 and it is confirmed as being available in Germany so far and I am hoping that it would be around Europe too. This handset is with a bit basics specification but it looks beautiful in hand and the price is attractive for middle low rang. This device has 2.8 inches of TFT, 256K colors display which is not a touchscreen which is sharp and colorful and on the back side of this there is a semi concealed matrix display which shows time and provides notification. It looks awesome because this feature is unique and I never saw anything like this before. When user open the clamshell the large keypad could help to get a fast and easy typing experience.
This phone is better to get a low price mobile with 3.5mm jack and FM radio for the music experience and to enjoy live shows of the favorite artist. Although there is probably not a huge amount of competition for this kind of none-touchscreen clamshell phone as the Gleam won the best phone award in last year. The Motorola Gleam plus have a 2MP camera which provides images of up to 1600×1200 pixels and it can record video too. There is no secondary camera available but the image quality of the primary camera is better. This device contains 50MP of internal memory and it has microSD which can support a 16GB memory card. It has MP3 and MP4 player, organizer, voice memo and predictive text input and it is available is silver and black colors. It is powered with a Li-Ion 750 mAh standard battery which provides up-to 420 hours of standby and up-to 5 hours of talk time.
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