Friday, 25 November 2011

Motorola Flipout Review

Motorola Flipout’s unique features include a diminutive size, quirky design and the best of all, a hardware QWERTY keyboard. It is offering outstanding features and social networking is one of its prominent elements. First noticeable thing about Flipout is that how small it is. It is a square of just 67mm on its side.

Key Features of Flipout:
  • Exceptionally compact QWERTY messenger
  • GPS chip, A-GPS
  • Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
  • Flash support in the web browser
  • Office document viewer
  • Android OS v2.1 with MOTOBLUR UI v1.5
  • CIF (352 x 288 pixel) video recording @ 30fps
  • Excellent social networking integration
  • microSD slot, bundled with a 2GB card
  • Five-row QWERTY keyboard
  • TI OMAP 3410 600MHz processor; 512 MB of RAM
  • 3 MP autofocus camera with geotagging
  • 2.8″ 256K-color 320×240 pixel capacitive touchscreen; multitouch support
  • Wi-Fi b/g/n; stereo Bluetooth v2.1
  • Accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensors
  • Quad-band GSM and quad-band 3G support (7.2 Mbps HSDPA; 2Mbps HSUPA)
  • XviD support (but no DivX)
  • microUSB port (charging)
  • CrystalTalk PLUS noise-cancellation with a dedicated microphone

There are some disadvantages, too!
  • Uncomfortable grip for taking pictures
  • Poor display quality
  • QVGA resolution limits the choice of apps
  • No secondary video-call camera
  • 17mm thick is a bit much
  • microSD slot under the battery cover
  • Unacceptable camera issues from a retail test unit
  • No smart and voice dialing
There is really a cool feature in its music player that it is able to automatically find the lyrics of the song playing and keeps them in sync like a karaoke machine. It is very quick to find an audience. It has got a bigger screen than the Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini pro too unlikely to amaze owners of 4.3 monsters but its actually the same size and resolution as the HTC Tattoo. Motorola Flipout has inspiring internals; its hardware can make it bound to the next page to see what we thought of it.

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