I bought ex119 but is has no facilites like word excell or pdf file, so i u dowload you e mial so like above file how can we read ???
i wanna know....can we use internet on pc/laptop through the usb with this phone? and can we add/instal more applications/softwares from internet in this phone?
Mrinal Chatterjee, 09 Nov 2011Hi, answering your question on the SMS storage, I read a review somewhere that it can hold up... morei love buy this phone
how about battery life ?
is this phone support arabic or persian/ farsi language
I recently bought this phone for its dual sim & mobile email capabilities.
As i'm a contractor and registered with several agencies i tend to receive up to 200 emails per day.
This phone can only store 100.
How can i make this phone download and store more email and set the storage to the micro SD card?
way to use motorola ex119 as a modem
by using bluetooth dongle u can easily use urs phone as a modem.u know how i know that because i am using by this way
skd, 09 Nov 2011thanks for your reply but i asked abut the text message storage capacity in inbox and outbox i... moreHi, answering your question on the SMS storage, I read a review somewhere that it can hold upto 200 messages (Inbox & Sent combined), a bit of downside though.
pranam, 08 Nov 2011really a great review . thanks a lot. keep updating ur review .Hi Pranam,
Thanks a lot for the appreciation. As reading someone else's review had helped me in my decision to take up MotoEX119, I felt my reviews can help in someone's decision too.
Will send in more reviews, shortly.
spearhead, 09 Nov 2011Ok. most of us are used to nokia and so find it a wee bit harder to switch to any other phone.... morethanks for your reply but i asked abut the text message storage capacity in inbox and outbox in total..not about contacts capacity..and i guess no-one can answer that becauz my previous queries abut same topic remains unanswered...) i think one of the biggest drawbacks of this phone is unavailability of PC suite..so there would be no way to sync contacts or backup i guess.
skd, 29 Sep 2011r u sure?1000 is more than ok but many users have said that message capacity is 200-300 only..... moreOk. most of us are used to nokia and so find it a wee bit harder to switch to any other phone. The fellows asking abt phone book storage its 1000 names. Now, to the next bit.....This phone is very limited apps. It looks like a fully loaded shop but it ain't. The manual that comes with the phone hardly deals with any issues. I bought last night and I am ready to give it away @Rs5K.
Motorola needs to understand that it cant fool people with just gr8 looks.
I think I'll be heading to NOKIA again in december with their new ASHA phones being released.
BTW....SKYPE LITE. can that be dwnloaded on this phone?
Hi All!! I recently bought my new phone - the "Motorola EX119" from www.letsbuy.com and has been using it for few weeks now and I must say I have got a value for money. Given a few touch-ups it can easily outsmart some of the recent smart-phones. Here's some of the aspects which I have experienced with this phone:
-- Battery Life:
I have observed that this phone easily gives you nearly two day life, with an initial full charge.
I have found it to be pretty moderate and you can enjoy both the FM Radio and the audio player for playing your favourite tracks. The LoudSpeaker is also good for any handsfree call.
Moto EX119 has a full QWERTY keypad with distinctly placed number keys on the top. However, I think it could have been placed better but still in a couple of days using, you will be able to smoothly identify the keypad layout. The keys are very easy on the fingers and there's distinct gap that you feel when you type. The phone lacks a Call Accept and Cancel/Reject button and to make a call you have to use the Touch Screen keypad and to cancel a call, you can either use the on-screen Cancel button or press the "Home" key placed at the bottom left hand side of the keypad. The "Home" is also handy to get back to your home screen.
-- The Look:
The Sleek Black & White body is the USP of the phone. The phone feels very light on your hand, yet its packed with features.
Another feature to get you connected to the internet easily anywhere, where you find a WiFi.
The Bluetooth connection is very easy and pairing is simple.
-- Touch Screen:
Moto EX119 is equipped with a Capacitive screen and browses seamlessly. When you browse through the screens, you actually feel the vibration.
The specs say that it is 3MP but I had an earlier Nokia 6500 with 3.15PM and it took much better pics. The pics are not that crisp and it could be because it lacks an external LED Flash.
-- SIM Card support:
Moto EX119 is a Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) supported phone. One of my requirement to buy this phone is that it should have Dual SIM and it just meets my requirements. Also Swapping between SIM No's is easy during a Call or Text/SMS, as it gives you the option to select the SIM, which you want to use. Its suggested that you copy all your SIM contacts onto your phonebook, so that you don't have to look for a specific contact in a specific SIM.
-- Media Card Support:
Moto EX119 support upto 32GB extra MicroSD storage memory. However the screen resolution supports pictures taken/imported in lower formats and doesnot display if the resolution is much higher. I tried importing few pictures taken with my Blackberry Bold 9780, which my Moto did not pull up with threw an error message " File too large". However you can enjoy AV media in MP3, MP4, WAV formats.
The on-screen customisable widget is really cool and you can add multiple screens with your favourite applications handy. I also liked the default keypad lock locking feature, which ensures that you phone doesnt make any unwarrant calls without your knowledge, due to any key press, when in your pocket. Also during a call, the Slider lock is a handy feature as it locks the keypad during a call. The default Social Network screen comes packed with FaceBook, Twitter, GMail etc. You can also customize the options with your favourites.
-- Internet Connectivity:
Moto EX119 uses OperaMobile to pull up any internet page and in that case to access any application which requires Internet access, Moto EX119 pulls it up on the OperaMobile browser.
-- USB Connectivity:
Moto EX119 has a mini USB port, and you can connect your phone with your laptop/desktop using a Mini USB connector for downloading Music/Videos/pictures to your phone. (Its sad that the package doesn't contain a USB connector). Also there is no PC suite provided for Motorola. I am trying to find the right one for download, so any suggestions is warmly welcome.
You can set RSS feeds to your Moto EX119 using the RSS connect. You also get regular weather updates with the AccuWeather app. It looks really cool with pretty nice static animation.
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the phone is good....but not impressive ... few thing that i like in the phone
. the sensitivity of the screen is too good.its father touch.
. user interface is moderate and the applications are easy to find, and u can set as per your convineance.
. but the speaker are not impressive and the volume with the earphone is too not upto the mark so , no good for loud music lovers.
. it doent support excel or fpd format...... only notepads...
. facebook and tube is too good to watch video....
Dingusfreak, 04 Nov 2011Can you please tell me if the Keypad alone enables one to use the basic functions like making/... moreno keys to recieve or reject calls ....has to be done through touch screen..........Twitter and Facebook apps are gud ........low speaker Volume ......moto continues its legacy for low battery life phone ....
krzyste1, 09 Oct 2011Where is it possible to buy moorola ex119? u can order this mobile online through flipkart.com check tihs link: http://www.flipkart.com/mobiles/motorola/itmdyuykmkwgkhwh?pid=mobdyuyhw6uancjj
I am a proud owner of a EX119 which is a brilliant handset can't fault it perfect in every way.
I was originally a Blackberry user but after the way they treated me and the latest brake down in server forget it.
To be perfectly honest these handsets blow Blackberry out the water in every way.
Can you please tell me if the Keypad alone enables one to use the basic functions like making/receiving a call?
I am worried since this phone has no dedicated call / reject buttons and touchscreens are prone to failure.