Motorola Karma QA1 Review

Motorola Karma QA1 is oval and compact slider phone geared to those, and accept phone definitely not trendy, puts the functionality of messaging (IM and not, including social network with buttons in the main menu) on top of its list of priorities.
Motorola karma review

As you can see from the photo that stands above, features QWERTY keypad / Numeric with retractable buttons that should be fairly comfortable to write on the move. The size of the device is 64 × 88×17.9 mm per 141 grams of weight.

The module is an EDGE phone and between the connections we have Bluetooth, USB 2.0 and 3.5mm jack. Equipped with 2 megapixel camera, 100 MB of internal memory and support for microSID. Are 2.0 applications on the mobile phone as Facebook and MySpace. The Motorola Karma QA1 will be sold at starting price of $ 80 US dollars.

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The display, of course, classic and touch-screen, 2.5-inch QVGA resolution of 320 × 240 pixels and 262,000 colors displayed, while the artistic charms of the users are assigned to good 2.0 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom and video recording capabilities.

13 thoughts on “Motorola Karma QA1 Review”

  1. I just bought the Karma – although nice most of the way around there are some issues:

    Alarm clock does not give you advance programming. You cannot choose to have a daily alarm set (i.e. Mon-Fri) or any future date for that matter. You can do this in the Calendar – getting to that menu is not easy and it is cumbersome to set-up – but there are a world of options.

    There is no notepad.

    The menu is not intuitive – more clicks are required than should be necessary.

    Wish the programming was a little more like LG’s….

  2. Nothing is intuitive about this phone. It is your usual nebulous 3G device. Be prepared to spend some serious time with the instruction manual. GPS accuracy is a rough estimate; after entering my home address it gave a return that didn’t exist. I gave it instructions to find a gas station less than a half mile away and it lost the satellite at the first intersection.

  3. I really like my Karma. I’m not into tons of features though. I had a three year old RAZR phone before the Karma so I am really pleased with the camera and the speed in loading websites. It’s different, I don’t know many people that have it which is nice in a town full of iPhones!

  4. I have had my Karma for almost two years, and it is still my best friend. Getting ready to upgrade to the BB Torch, but I will be sad to let this phone go! It’s virtually indestructible: I’ve had one good case and the phone has never given me any problems with damage. It’s the perfect size for a pocket.

  5. i loved this phone when i first got it. it was fantastic. dropped it a million times and it worked. BUT after the millionth time of dropping it, it finally broke. half the keys stopped working about 6months after i got it. it stilled functioned. now it been a year that i have had it and it has broken completely. i would recommend this phone, but you have to be EXTREMELY careful with it…..

  6. I saw a ‘charm’ for the Karma QA1 phone that is supposed to go in the ‘place where a lanyard would go’ but I can’t find such a spot for the life of me– is there one that I am just over looking?

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