1971, 28 Jan 2012Why edge and GPRS is not included ??because CDMA only
Motorola: blow their chances to conquer today's mobile phone market by locking boot loader and sell great phones in USA and CHINA only
user, 27 Jan 2012Given incorrect specifications! This phone does not work in GSM!!! So writes the site motorola.com.... they did not give wrong specs, it is written on top: This is not a GSM device, it will not work with GSM network.
[deleted post]The back key is definitely there.... i think only the camera shutter key needs to be utilized here. we can zoom with volume keys. the others might not be that serious to me. erm. this is not criticism to your comment, just a gentle opinion
OK! 3300Mah? Now there u have some1 directly correlating Specs 2 power demands. SG2 and all they likes r great phones but always fail miserably in this sense. On the other hand,Super AMOLED Advanced & only ~256 ppi pixel density? Don't get it! F.Facing camera @ 1.3Mp still way off,ICS should b standard on delivery,Dual-core 1.2 GHz is no better than the past,PowerVR SGX540 is a slouch compared 2 Mali400,MHL AV should b the case rather than the backward HDMI, o need 4 d 1Gb RAM consumption by a heavy GLONASS while AGPS is in there already,only 1 colour? 130.7 x 68.9 still too big 4 a sensible phone.
Given incorrect specifications! This phone does not work in GSM!!! So writes the site motorola.com.
Niko, 26 Jan 2012Intel will be launcing single-core first. Then mulitple cores at a later point.
Different C... moreIt will be interesting to see how Intel's x86 CPUs fares against ARMs in real world. The benchmark results are just too early for anyone to determine if they have superior performance compared to ARMs. Remember Intel's Moorestown in 2009?
If they succeed this time, it will be very good, especially for consumers (definitely for Android/Microsoft fans) will have more variety of processors to choose from.
Battery life is somewhat vital nowadays and that mainly counts on the battery capacity as you said.
It's just matter of time when competitors will try to emulate what Motorola invented.
We shall just wait for Mobile World Congress 2012 to see what is stored for smartphone enthusiasts.
Just a quick question.
does this phone accepts micro sim?
how much would it be here in the philippines?
that guy, 25 Jan 2012what the hell is anyone going to do with a quad core phone? that hardware is miles ahead of an... moreYou have a point there. But what if the quad-core phones are priced the same as single-core phones? Which one would you prefer?