Motorola Crush Review

Motorola has officially announced the United States the upcoming launch of Crush, mobile phone with touchscreen display and 2.0 megapixel camera.
Motorola Crush
This cellphone is is running its own software and not Android or Windows Mobile operating system. Motorola Crush can operate on mobile networks of CDMA / EVDO connectivity and is equipped with Bluetooth, 3.5 mm jack for connecting headphones and expandable memory with microSDHC.

Here is video review of Motorola Crush by green-nailed girl:

motorola crush reviewThe keypad of the Motorola Crush is of course virtual one, appears on the display in case necessary touchscreen 240 x 400 points, the battery has capacity of 950 mAh. The Motorola Crush arrive in the U.S. via the mobile operator U.S. Cellular, at price of only $ 80 with 24 month mobile subscription.

The Motorola Crush should be available via U.S. Cellular before the end of 2009.

Motorola Crush Tech Specs

  • Model Candybar
  • Color N / A
  • Network
  • GSM CDMA EV-DO network
  • Network frequency 800, 1800
  • Connectivity
  • Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
  • Infrared No
  • Wi-Fi (WLAN) No
  • USB JaMicroUSB
  • Fax / Data N / A
  • Display
  • Main display Color QVGA Touch
  • Color display N / A
  • Size 71.21 mm.
  • Resolution 240 x 400 pixels
  • External display No
  • Memory
  • Internal Memory Yes
  • 16GB Expandable Memory
  • Memory slots Yes
  • Storage types MicroSD, MicroSDHC
  • Performance
  • Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-4U)
  • Standby time 500 hours
  • Talk Time 4.3 Time
  • Call
  • Vibrate alert Yes
  • Photo ID Yes
  • MP3 Ringtones
  • Camera
  • Camera Yes
  • Megapixels 2.0 megapixels
  • Maximum photo resolution No
  • Digital zoom No
  • Optical zoom No
  • Autofocus N / A
  • Flash N / A
  • Video Recording Yes
  • Second (front) camera No
  • Messaging
  • SMS Yes
  • MMS Yes
  • T9 predictive text N / A
  • E-mail N / A
  • Internet browsing N / A
  • Entertainment
  • FM radio N / A
  • Java N / A
  • Audio player AAC, MIDI, MP3, QCELP, WMA
  • Video Player Yes
  • Features
  • Add ringtones N / A
  • Organizer Alarm, Calendar, Calculator, Voice dial / command / record
  • Video call N / A
  • Other features 3.5 mm headset jack, Speakerphone, Accelerometer
  • Format
  • Weight 102 g.
  • Dimensions (H x W x D) 106 x 50.8 x 14.5 mm.

60 thoughts on “Motorola Crush Review”

  1. Ok, I have went through all these complaints and quite frankly people should stop complaining. I mean first it is a touch screen phone so YES the screen is sensitive just like IPhone, IPod touch, IPad and everything else that is touch screen. As for the having to hit a link a few times and then get something else, go in to preferences and change your font to large and that should fix that issue. As for the issue of it locking up, keep in mind this is a phone not a computer and is not really designed to multi task like a computer so if that is what you want use your COMPUTER. I have this phone and I use it as a phone, now I do check emails and facebook with out any issue. Now streaming video (youtube, etc…) there has been no issues that I can think of; As for audio it does suck that you need a microsd card but hell you can put up to 16 gigs in it so if you want to play by the damn memory card hell a 4 gig is 8 dollars. So as a phone it does what it is supposed to do if you want more than that by a touch screen computer.

  2. I just got the Crush yesterday and it saddens me that you cannot download ringtones from the browser. 🙁 but i did find out that if you know someone that can send you ringtones, you can save them as ringtones and use them. THANK GOD…and the internet has been slow since i turned it on. Facebook doesnt work half of the time…cant personalize the phone AT ALL (besides the wallpaper and ringtone) Other than that i havent had many problems with it…but like i said..i just got it yesterday…ive never had problems with a brand new phone before this one…hopefully it doesnt get any worse.

  3. Rgitch said:This phone is getting returned immediately. I constantly hang up on people just because my cheek his the screen. Sometimes I have to hit the application more than 3 times before it opens what I want. Too bad you can’t change how sensitive the screen is.

    Exactly the same complaint I have

  4. I’ve had better phones. This one is NOT at the top of the list. Touch screen is TOO touchy or not touchy enough. It will switch screens or hang up if I press too hard with my cheek. Or if I get a call sometimes I miss it before I can get the damn thing unlocked. And I thought it was a capacitive touch screen … leave it unlocked and in your pocket you will have all kinds of characters on the screen if not trying to auto-dial your ex! On top of that, the power connection is crap. After 6 months I have to send it in because I constantly get an “UNAUTHORIZED CHARGER” warning when I plug in the data cable or car charger. I was told that was a problem with Motorola. Why don’t they tell you these things BEFORE you buy them. Totally sucks in my opinion.

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