Motorola EX115 & EX128 will hit the dual-SIM market in Europe this October
posted by John V. / Sep 10, 2010, 11:29 AM
The first handset, the Motorola EX128, is a full touchscreen device and will retail for €120 ($150) when it's released. Other specs regarding the handset are currently slim, but of course, its dual-SIM feature will obviously stand out as the most important. On the other hand, the Motorola EX115 is going to be a portrait style QWERTY handset and features a 3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1, 3.5mm headset jack, and GSM/GPRS connectivity. As for pricing, it'll sport a €95 ($120) figure when it, along with the Motorola EX128, are launched on October 18th. So if this happens to be something you're looking for, you can basically get yourself situated with a pre-order right now.
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The Ex 115 is not compatible with Motorola phone tools, but you can use a software called mobile master to backup contacts and messages. This is however not the only problem with the phone. The memory on the phone is abysmal, which means that most decent applications can not be installed to the phone even if compatible as you'll simply receive a message saying 'insufficient memory'. There aren't too many features in terms of software on the phone, and those that are there are substandard. The video viewing for that matter is pathetic as the view size is limited to 40% of the screen! After writing in to Motorola I simply received a reply stating that full-screen viewing is not possible. I'm still looking for a software that would work on the phone and is capable of full-screen viewing. The phone does not have a tracker and google maps may or may not work. It does not show your location on the map, so getting directions and tracking your location is tedious if not impossible. The phone does not have any modem drivers too, so cannot be used as a modem with your PC or laptop. This is the scenario so far at least. Browsing on the phone sucks too since there is no tool to copy paste or select text from web pages. The battery life is average, depending on how you use it, but the only redeeming features are the sturdy body and keypad that give it a relatively sophisticated look. Basically the phone does not look or feel cheap and is extremely reliable, but the software design and features in the phone are as cheap as they could possibly be.
posted on Nov 09, 2010, 10:51 PM 0
i'm too owing moto ex 128, i don't understand the full sreen video streaming problem of this handset, i have downloaded many videos on this mobile some show high quality full screen support while other do not even cover50% of the screen. Because of this i was confused if it has the capability of showing full screen videos why not every mp4 video of same mb's must be shown full screen even sometimes either it fails to support or fails to play them
posted on Dec 09, 2010, 7:54 PM 0
The Motorola EX128 has a display type TFT resistive touchscreen, up to 1 colours. The main screen is of sizeTFT resistive touchscreen having the resolution type which has the capacity to cover the pixellete area of240 x 400 pixels 3.2 inches(nHD) :http://www.celltalkz.com/motor
posted on Jan 18, 2011, 5:27 PM 0
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