In every way Smartphones are grand, and those who use them quickly find that they cannot live without them. But the only problem is these smartphones are that they are very much expensive for many consumers. So for the starters Motorola has come up with a MotoSmart phone, which will be arriving in the UK market this month.
The Motosmart has a well-built design with a 3.5in 480 x 320 touchscreen display but its slightly thick still the device sits nicely in the hand and its matt black battery cover gives it a good classy look. Motosmart’s lack of vibrancy will be one of the reasons for its eventual collapse, as it might struggle to attract customers. However it gives you one-touch access to your top contacts, favourite apps, music and more.
Software & performance
The Motosmart comes with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system. Motorola has equipped the Motosmart with a low-end 600MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor and a sensible 512MB of RAM to keep its price low. The handset managed to load web pages quickly, but the overcrowded on-screen keys made it complex to tap in URLs.
The phone comes with the latest version of MotoSwitch software that learns which songs you love, who you talk to most and which apps you use throughout your day. All of this information is then saved right on your home screen. So you don’t waste time in searching through the long lists of contacts, music and apps ever again.
Motosmart’s rear-facing camera is a budget friendly 3MP. With no flash and has few additional features, it’s fair to say that the camera is not that great. The shutter speed is impressively fast, and the camera managed to capture level-headed quality videos.
MOTOSMART is an Android powered smartphone, you can access over 500,000 apps on Google Play™ to help streamline your day like calendars or budgeting tools or apps that entertain like books, games and even the latest movies. The Motosmart is reasonably fast and responsive. However the device’s undistinguished design could be its ultimate downfall, as competitors continue to bring out more eye-catching budget smartphones.