Motorola Motokey Review: The Social Smartphone
Telus and Motorola Mobility have officially launched an interesting social network phone, the Motorola Motokey. The QWERTY keyboard is its main feature and the phone offers a direct access to Facebook, including a Facebook button. With Motorola Motokey, connecting and sharing with your friends is a breeze. Motorola aims to offer smartphone-like features in a competitively priced device, with design that suits consumers’ everyday lifestyle and keeps them connected to their social circles.
The 2.4” (320×240) capacitive QVGA touchscreen display complements the Full QWERTY keyboard nicely. Overall, users will experience easy, intuitive and comfortable text entry. Weighing just 87g, the 10mm ultra-slim phone can fit easily in your purse, pocket or palm. It offers stand-by time of 28 days and talk time of 8 hours. The phone offers built-in links to popular social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, two interface themes and five different home screens. It supports email service, such as SMTP/POP3 and IMAP and the Opera Mini is the primary web browser. The phone also comes preinstalled with various gadgets for weather and RSS news.
The phone is equipped with a 3Mp digital camera, which helps users capture memorable moments in life whenever and wherever they occur. With supports for high-speed USB 2.0 data transfer, MicroSD cards of up to 32GB and; multiple image, audio and video formats. The phone comes equipped with FM Stereo radio, Bluetooth and 3.5mm earphone jack. The Motorola Motokey is already available for customers of Telus Prepaid for a retail price of $89.99.