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  • Motorola DROID Cameras Silently Patched?
    Posted on November 24, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The Motorola DROID camera, although deemed an excellent Smartphone, has had problems since its introduction with owners reporting focusing issues. This seemed to be especially prevalent with the camera's automatic focus feature. This problem, although not experienced by everybody, was the camera's one failing. It was thought that an update that was scheduled to come out on December 11th might be designed to fix the problem. However, the DROID suddenly seemed to improve in its focusing ability overnight, which led to the speculation that the fix was pushed out already, without announcing it.

    The Good

    The Motorola DROID, in spite of its previous issues, is a really good Smartphone. Its only real problem was that the camera was not able to focus properly, at least for some people. Now that the problem has been corrected, albeit in a somewhat mysterious and controversial fashion, the autofocus works great. The camera feature also offers auto-completion and automatic error correction with the on-screen keyboard, and takes crisp, bright photos. The DROID also offers a barcode scanner, which can be quite handy.


    The Bad

    Some people have experienced different focusing problems with the Motorola DROID, which seem to be caused by the green signal that is supposed to indicate a "locked" photo not really working properly in all instances, since blurred photos are sometimes still experienced even when the camera claims to be locked. In addition to reports of blurry photos, some DROID owners report that the camera feature is slower than what they would expect. However, some people report that the DROID is actually faster than some other Smartphone cameras that they have used in the past.

    The Bottom Line

    Although the reported improvement in automatic focusing ability is still somewhat of a mystery, this "fix" was just the thing to make the DROID shine. This is a solid Smartphone with newly improved camera functionality, which makes it a good choice for anybody looking to purchase a Smartphone.

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  • Review of the Motorola EM30 Cherry Red
    Posted on October 30, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Anyone looking for a sleek solution to their phone and music storing needs could easily fall in love with the Motorola EM30 Cherry Red.  Thin, light with a striking color scheme of red, and black, this candy bar style device covers the grounds of both phone and portable music player well.  A button activates Motorola’s unique Modeshift Technology to illuminate the keypad and switch the device back and forth between phone and music player.  With the addition of up to an 8GB microSD card, literally thousands of songs can be stored on the Motorola EM30 Cherry Red, and if you happen to tire of your own music, there is always a great variety accessible through the full service FM radio.  A standard headphones jack is built into the phone, so you can use your favorite headphones to listen to music wherever you find yourself.  The screen is purposely a landscape display to make browsing on the HTML Java-enabled browser more accurate, and Windows Media Player compatibility gives you the freedom to easily download music from almost any of your own favorite music download sites quickly.


    In addition to the music player functions, Motorola EM30 Cherry Red also provides the basics for talking and texting.  Bluetooth compatibility, voice dial, and voice memo are all features that can make life easier for those who need and learn how to use them. The device stores up to 1000 unique contacts with multiple phone numbers, and a running call log with the 20 each of the most recent missed, outgoing, and incoming calls.  A 2MP camera with 8X digital zoom is included and is simple to use. The standard Li-ion battery gets a decent 6 hours of talk time or 300 hours of standby.  Wide varieties of ringtones are preloaded, and the device supports polyphonic, MP3 and AAC ringtone files, so that customization of ringtone style could not be easier.  Motorola sums up the phone nicely in their own catchphrase: “…the Motorola EM30 (Cherry Red) connects the sounds that matter most: family, friends, and favorite artists.”

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  • Hot Motorola Phones
    Posted on April 1, 2009 by Pure Mobile


    Motorola is one of the world’s leading providers of cellular phones and has a strong market value internationally. Motorola phones are known for their spectacular appearance and high performance as they are equipped with the latest software and accessories. Below are listed some of the smart and designer handsets by Motorola.

    Motorola ZN5: This special phone is the first one to combine the Motorola’s ModeShift Technology and KODAK Imaging Technology. With the ModeShift technology the phone converts into a camera (5-megapixel) and the KODAK Imaging Technology helps to capture clear and sharp images with a finest detail. Other features include Phonebook 2000 entries, CrystalTalkTM technology, Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, 350 MB onboard memory and Digital viewfinder.

    Motorola ROKR E8: This sleek and smart phone is basically designed for all the music lovers. This highly functional phone comes with a Mode Shift feature that switches from music player to phone or imaging device simply with the touch of the button. Other features include a 2 MP camera with 8X zoom, video capture playback, Stereo Bluetooth wireless technology (A2DP), 2GB internal memory, 4 GB External memory support, Crystal Talk technology and Full HTML browser.

    Motorola A1600: This phone is a successor to its previous version named Motorola A1200. The phone is faster and advanced than it its predecessor as it comes with a more powerful processor. Some key features in this phone include a 3-megapixel autofocus camera, GPS facility,  office document viewer, business card scanner, photo editor, voice dial/memo, built-in handsfree, microSD card slot (up to 4GB), stereo Bluetooth (A2DP), a microUSB port, and a stereo FM radio.

    Motorola V3 RAZR: This is a very sleek, stylish and easy to carry phone. The phone has a great appearance as it is packed in a metallic finishing body. Apart from its designer appearance the phone is also very functional and high on performance. The key features in this phone include VGA camera, long-range Bluetooth facility, MPEG4 video clip playback internal and external color displays, Java 2.0 with 3D graphics.

    Motorola always has a strong line up of cellular phone and cellular phone accessories like car chargers.  With phones like the Razr and Krzr still going strong after all this time there is no doubt that buying a Motorola phone is a good investment.

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