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Motorola FLIPOUT for AT&T Review

Motorola FLIPOUT US

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Motorola FLIPOUT for AT&T Review
Calling quality isn't the best due to some static on our end with our caller's voice sounding crackly in tone. On the other end, our callers did state that our voice sounded clear and distinct. When using the speakerphone, it produces some muffled sounding voices.

Light users should edge out roughly one day of usage on a full charge, however, heavy users will want to constantly have a charger at hand.

Conclusion:

Yeah, it doesn't offer the most responsive Android experience we've seen, but combining its inexpensive cost and interesting form factor, some can overlook its lackluster performance. When there are so many Android phones employing the same tried and true designs, the  Motorola FLIPOUT manages to stand out with its intriguing looks.


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Pros

  • Intriguing Design
  • Usable QWERTY

Cons

  • Low-res screen
  • Terrible photo quality
  • Poor battery life
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7Good
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PhoneArena rating:
7Good
Display2.8 inches, 320 x 240 pixels (143 ppi) TFT
Camera3 megapixels
Hardware
TI OMAP3410, Single core, 720 MHz, ARM Cortex-A8 processor
0.5 GB RAM
Size2.64 x 2.64 x 0.67 inches
(67 x 67 x 17 mm)
4.23 oz  (120 g)
Battery1170 mAh, 5.9 hours talk time

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