Motorola Quench review and video

Motorola has undergone an Android-inspired rebith of late, boosted further by the new Motorola Quench handset announced at Mobile World Congress.

 

Aiming to ease our thirst for social networking, the Quench is the first Motorola Android offering to come without a QWERTY keyboard, opting for a sleeker design and touchscreen-only candy-bar form factor.

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See Motorola’s Android brothers:

– Motorola Quench: Launch the hands-on review gallery

– Motorola Dext: Review | Video | Pictures

– Motorola Milestone: Review | Video | Pictures

– Motorola Backflip: Video | Pictures

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It’s running Android 1.5, flashed with the Web 2.0-friendly MOTOBLUR interface that brings all of your online activity directly to your homescreen. There’s also a 5-megapixel camera that, importantly, boasts a flash.

 

The messaging app has had been given an industry-first upgrade that you’ll need to see for yourself in the hands-on video to your right. It’s definitely worth a watch.

 

We’ve revealed our initial impressions based on our first play with the phone, so launch the hands-on review gallery to get up close with Moto’s latest skin-saving mobile.

 

Link: Motorola


Motorola has undergone an Android-inspired rebith of late, boosted further by the new Motorola Quench handset announced at Mobile World Congress.

 

Aiming to ease our thirst for social networking, the Quench is the first Motorola Android offering to come without a QWERTY keyboard, opting for a sleeker design and touchscreen-only candy-bar form factor.

———————————————————————————

See Motorola’s Android brothers:

– Motorola Quench: Launch the hands-on review gallery

– Motorola Dext: Review | Video | Pictures

– Motorola Milestone: Review | Video | Pictures

– Motorola Backflip: Video | Pictures

Subscribe to our videos on YouTube

 

——————————————————————————–

It’s running Android 1.5, flashed with the Web 2.0-friendly MOTOBLUR interface that brings all of your online activity directly to your homescreen. There’s also a 5-megapixel camera that, importantly, boasts a flash.

 

The messaging app has had been given an industry-first upgrade that you’ll need to see for yourself in the hands-on video to your right. It’s definitely worth a watch.

 

We’ve revealed our initial impressions based on our first play with the phone, so launch the hands-on review gallery to get up close with Moto’s latest skin-saving mobile.

 

Link: Motorola


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