Finally, a decent Moto phone! It isn’t the new RAZR, but definitely looks nice with this round shape. The large 2.8” touchscreen is OK and it features a sliding numeric keypad for these of you, who feel like typing in a number or short message the old-fashioned way. It has got pretty large buttons with huge letters on them. The back side has a rubber finish for an easier grip.
The software also doesn’t disappoint. The home screen has 7-pages, each one visualizing a single widget in full-screen mode. Slide a finger horizontally to change between pages. The cool thing is that the widgets are constantly updated, so you always see the latest information, instead of having to wait for a refresh. You´ve got widgets
for the weather forecast, web browser, RSS feeds, YouTube, USA Today and MySpace (what about my Facebook, Moto?). We hope Motorola gets to offer the option to download additional ones.
Overall, we do like what we see and guess that many people will say “Hello MOTO” when the Evoke is launched.Motorola Evoke QA4 Specifications
You don’t expect miracles here, do you? The ZN300 is yet another phone that doesn’t stand out of the crowd, not that there´s something wrong with it. It has a retro look we quite like, but we are a bit disappointed with the build quality of the prototype unit – the slider wobbles as if the phone was a bargain-basement knockoff. Another drawback regards the keypad, which has a rather short travel, rendering it quite unpleasant for extended messages. Unfortunately, the software is not identical with the one found on the Evoke QA4, but is what you find on all last year’s MOTO phones. Still, the preloaded applications, along with the 3.1MP camera should be more than enough to meet the needs of people, who just want to quickly access their favorite online communities and share some photos.Motorola ZN300 Specifications