Motorola Dext Review
Dext is Motorola’s first smartphone running Google Android.
This is a quad-band mobile phone with a sliding QWERTY keyboard and large 3.1-inch capacitive multitouch display and a resolution of 320×480 pixels.
There is a Qualcomm MSM7201A processor clocked at 528 MHz inside the cellphone as well as 512 MB of onboard memory, expandable to 32GB via microSD card.
Do not miss the WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS (with compass) and a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus. Also a 3.5-mm jack for headphones.
The dimensions are 114 x 58 x 15.6 millimeters, while the weight is 163 grams. Motorola certify a battery life of 6 hours and call up to 13.5 days of standby time.
The interface is characterized instant access to Google services, from Maps to Gmail, Gtalk up to, but the smartphone supports many mail client and can synchronize with Microsoft Exchange. When viewing documents is QuickOffice.
The heart of the phone is the MotoBlur interface that is able to synchronize information from different sources such as Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and email accounts and then show them on the screen automatically.
The idea of Motorola is to provide a constant flow of information without the user having to open and close applications. Through the interface you can also organize your contacts with all social networks in a list, and then also create specific groups.
Analysts have welcomed quite well this product, the first of a series of smartphones that could revive the creaking Motorola.
Motorola’s new product will debut in the United States under the name of Motorola Cliq in the fourth quarter, exclusive T-Mobile. The product will be sold with the name Motorola Dext in the world. In France and the UK will be sold through the operator Orange, Telefonica in Spain and South America with America Movil.