this phone realy awsome
this is best android phone at world with 8mp camera and zenon flash
this is android flag ship 2010
this is my next phone 100%
Does the MOTOROI support any kinda of IM like Yahoo Messenger or MSN messenger?
namez bond, 18 Feb 2010anyone knows what's that little logo thingi right under the earpiece? it's not there on the ot... moreThat's the logo for the T-DMB TV broadcasting standard used by in Korea by the operator carrying the motoroi. It probably wont be available on the US version of the phone.
namez bond, 18 Feb 2010anyone knows what's that little logo thingi right under the earpiece? it's not there on the ot... moreIt's probably the logo for the Korean company that is carrying the phone, the same way Verizon, T-mobile, etc.. put logos on the phones they sell.
anyone knows what's that little logo thingi right under the earpiece? it's not there on the other device the XT710 or something. & is it going to be available in the States/Canada? thanks in advance.
Anonymous, 17 Feb 2010I just bought the motoroi last night. My initial impressions place the phone as the best mobil... moreThanks for the review, can you please upload some of the photos taken with the xenon flash & some 720p video please, onto flickr & youtube.
I just bought the motoroi last night. My initial impressions place the phone as the best mobile phone I have owned in the 5 years I have lived in Korea. I know that people generally have the impression that phones in Korea are technologically superior to phones in the west but this is only a half truth. While free mobile television is considered very basic here, up until the motoroi, koreans have been far more limited in features that others would consider essential. This is only the second phone (the first was the samsung blackjack w/ windows mobile OS) that I can actually click and drag an mp3 file and play, which I consider absolutely amazing. Phone companies here have been very adamant about controlling (profitting) from the content (ring tones, music, video) delivered to their phones and every phone company requires media content be sent to phones via their proprietary content delivery system, evenc converting files was not an option. My other phone (Omnia AMOLED) was a breakthough in Korea, as it was the first phone that was DIVX capable, before that if you wanted to watch a movie on your phone, you had to maneuver through a very user unfriendly (all korean) UI on your PC to transfer video files to one's phone. With the release of the Motoroi, all that has come to a much awaited end. I can watch movies, use the phone as a DIVX player via the HDMI out on my 150"
projector or my flat screen televisions. I was concerned that the processor might not be able to handle everything I throw at it, but so far so good... their has been no lag in the UI and it plays media very smoothly. The 8mp camera takes fantastic pictures but Korean are used to having very capable cameras in their phones, although the xenon flash is a distinctive feature and although I have not been able to use it enough to adequately measure how much of an advantage it is over the standard LED flash, the pictures I have taken using the flash have come out looking very well lit. Although I am not throwing out the camera just yet while on vacation, after a few more pictures on the motoroi, it is very possible that I will be confident in carrying the phone as a camera. Downloading applications over my wifi are very quick ~350kb/s and websurfing is a pleasure (pinch zooming, smooth scrolling, horizontal viewing), while my experience with other phones has been at best tolerable. Two minor gripes... 1) larger Youtube clips tend to start off well but mid-clip buffering time is excessive (~15--25 seconds) 2) battery life is relatively short when all the bells and whistles (gps, wifi, bluetooth) are engaged, but this does not come as a surprise and is par for the course. Video and pictures of the phone do not do it justice, it is much slimmer and a bit lighter than I expected. I give the Motoroi an enthusiastic endorsement and thank motorola for finally letting me watch movies and listen to music without having to lug around another PMP device! I am absolutely ditching the PMP and there is a very good chance that I will lose my camera also. 3 devices in one!
Hands-on with the Motorola Motoroi (XT720),
what is the processor's speed?
does it play DIVX movies? can i watch a movie during a trip or on a flight?
what's up with 3g? Its only umts... The design sux too..... Except for design and 3g the phone roars....
does it makes video calling?Does it has secondary camera?PLEASE HELP
finaly 8MP mobile from Motorola, unfortunatly Ugly and Bulky, China made???