Motorola SPICE XT300
Released April, 2011
The Pros:Very easy to use, even entry-level users won't need instructions. Large selection of free apps from the Android market. Streams video from online sources smoothly, no hang-ups or lag.
The Cons:When calls come in the big green "Answer" button often doesn't do anything, lots of lag. Battery life isn't very good, will usually be drained by the end of the day before you even make a call. Very slow.
The SPICE XT300 is a touchscreen smartphone from the Motorola company. Running Google's Android 2.1 operating system, this model features a 3-inch QVGA touchscreen and a full sliding QWERTY keyboard for increased communications accuracy.
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Users can navigate the contents of the phone in a simplified manner via Motorola's own "BACKTRACK" technology, utilizing a rear trackpad that enables quick navigation without having to move one's thumbs or opposing hand. The back of the unit also features a 3.2-megapixel digital camera with a 5x zoom, offering white balance and anti-banding alongside several color effects for capturing high quality still images. 25 frames-per-second video capture makes it possible to record short, on-the-go videos, with Windows Media Video 9 support for exporting to a computer interface at a later time. Internal processing is handled by the Qualcomm MSM7255 processor, providing RAM speeds of up to 256 megabytes with a stock hard drive storage of 512 megabytes. With the inclusion of a removable MicroSDHC memory card bay, users can upgrade internal storage to a maximum of 32 gigabytes. In addition, web browsing capabilities are considerably increased thanks to Adobe Flash Lite software, giving the SPICE a leg-up on Apple's iDevices in terms of general web browsing.
- 3-inch QVGA touchscreen
- Android 2.1 OS
- Full sliding QWERTY keyboard
- BACKTRACK rear trackpad
- 3.2-megapixel digital camera
- VGA video recording
- MicroSDHC removable storage
- Built-in accelerometer
- Adobe Flash support
User Reviews (3)
very easy to use, even entry-level users won't need instructions
large selection of free apps from the Android market
streams video from online sources smoothly, no hang-ups or lag
screen is large enough for easy web surfing
calls are clear and crisp on both ends, gets a strong signal and doesn't drop connection
when calls come in the big green "Answer" button often doesn't do anything, lots of lag
battery life isn't very good, will usually be drained by the end of the day before you even make a call
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