Motorola FLIPOUT Review

Now, hot on Sony Ericsson’s heels comes the quirkier still Motorola FLIPOUT. With a 2.8 inch capacitive touch-screen and a QWERTY physical keyboard underneath, the phone seems to compete most directly with the X10 mini Pro, a handset aimed at the messaging-centric market which we really enjoyed here at PhoneArena. So let’s take a closer look at the Motorola FLIPOUT and see how it does when compared with this, and other handsets on the market...
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1. Joshing4fun

Posts: 1245; Member since: Aug 13, 2010

That screen has no right being on a android phone...

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Do you have this phone?

2. mr. blue unregistered

interesting phone! unfortunately lack of resolution as an android phone! motorola must build the upgrade of it!

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do you phone?

3. Johnley unregistered

samsung could pop one of those amoleds in this thing, a 1 ghz dual core A9, and wireless n, and this thing would be FREAKING AWESOME.

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Hi I am planning to buy this phone in the weekend, But i am still not sure if i want to pay $400 for a small screen. The one thing putting me off is the keypad. Is it easy to do a lot of texting on?

7. Blogmaniac unregistered carries it for $170. Just bought one.

8. hoki unregistered

Android 2.2 for Motorola Flipout We subscribe at Motorola to make them develop a 2.2 or even 2.3 upgrade for Flipout.

9. faaar unregistered

I just bought this phone a few months ago and its spoilt!

10. hellohowdoyoudo

Posts: 1; Member since: Apr 04, 2012

This phone sucks i have it and the touch screen always messes up, and the top part ends up getting out of place. it makes me really mad. i always end up having to use my friends phones. if i were you i definitely wouldnt get this phone, its just a waste of your money. spend it on a better phone. :)
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