New York, July 9th 2010. By 1800Mobiles Editors - Motorola Announces Motorola Charm with T-Mobile Service.
After the massive flop of the Microsoft Kin phones, now carriers and manufacturers are really worried when launching new phones that focus only on social networking. Although the Motorola Charm comes with MotoBlur which allows for social networks personalization on your phone), this phone has much more to offer. We particularly like the slim design (only 11.4mm in depth) and its squarish look.
The Motorola Charm is based on the Android 2.1 platform which allows for use with thousands of applications. It will be a T-Mobile exclusive, so one can only activate the Charm only with this carrier.
Motorola made this phone compatible with the largest number frequencies known to mankind: WCDMA 1700/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, making it a true world smartphone. It comes with a 3.0 megapixel camera with digital zoom.
The battery life is decent: up to 405 minutes of talk time. It comes with a music player and video capture capability. The Motorola Charm is a messaging dream with its QWERTY keyboard and compatibility with Gtalk™, Yahoo!® Messenger , AOL® IM, MSN instant messaging services; and being enabled with Corporate (Exchange), Gmail™, IMAP, POP3, attachment and browser document viewer (Microsoft Office® and pdf), HTML email composer.
The only downfall of the Motorola Charm is the 2.8-in screen. For a multimedia phone we expected a little more real estate. Other than that, this phone should do much better then the Kin series, although not that much of a task...
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