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Android Phone Reviews
Motorola Charm Video Review

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August 24th, 2010

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By Ari Driessen
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Setting out to charm T-Mobile subscribers with its unique form factor, Motorola’s latest Android-powered device offers a compact touch screen and comfortable QWERTY keyboard in a BlackBerry-esque package that is a first for Android phones.

The Motorola Charm is powered by Android version 2.1, and features MOTOBLUR v.1.5 — Motorola’s social networking-centric interface — for close integration with favorite social networking sites including Facebook and Twitter. Charm users can use a home screen widget to easily flip through an integrated stream of status updates, and effortlessly re-tweet posts, like comments, and even comment on their friend’s Facebook updates.

The Charm offers a 3-megapixel fixed-focus camera, zippy 600 MHz processor, 2.8-inch display with multi-touch support, WiFi, aGPS, and pre-installed 2 GB microSD card (with support for up to a 32GB microSD card). Despite its unique design, the Charm is also equipped with an accelerometer.

For a closer look at the Motorola Charm, including its strong points and disadvantages, check out Wirefly’s video review [at right].

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