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Motorola MPx220 review

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Probably the strongest feature of the X220 for me personally was its ability to browse both HTML as well as WAP websites. It is the first "Tiny Phone" I have used to do this and to do it well. The MpX200 I had tried to use would not support the HTML download, don't know if it was not configured properly or if the owner just didn't have the proper account, but WAP was all it could pull in. Using the new Internet Explorer was also very pleasant. The new scaling feature of Second Edition makes for a perfect Small Screen Rendering Experience. It looks great!! While the fit to screen setting is a little goofy on a Pocket PC....it looks perfect on a Smartphone Screen...

My favorite site online......
Motorola MPx220 review

Looks like another PM coming in....
Motorola MPx220 review

Let's see your WAP browser phones display a website like that.....
Motorola MPx220 review

Default setting....
Motorola MPx220 review

Desktop setting....
Motorola MPx220 review

Back to "One Column"........
Motorola MPx220 review

There is really nothing that this little phone can't do compared to a Pocket PC or Smartphone such as the P900... It is simply limited in screen size and data input speed. I really prefer the new Internet Explorer small screen rendering to the Opera small screen rendering of the Symbian phones. It looks better and works better in my opinion...


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Motorola MPx220

Motorola MPx220

OS: Windows Mobile Standard 2003
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Display176 x 220 pixels TFT
Camera1.2 megapixels
Size3.50 x 1.90 x 1.10 inches
(89 x 48 x 27mm)
4.00 oz  (113 g)
Battery1000 mAh, 5 hours talk time

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