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Motorola Fire XT - UniverCell The Mobileexpert Reviews

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Published on May 3, 2012

The all new Motorola Fire XT, also known as the Motorola Spice XT, is undoubtedly a spice that adds more flavour to the mobile phone trends. It comes loaded with many exciting features like 2G, 3G, EDGE, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3.5 inches TFT capacitive touch screen, accelerometer sensor, proximity sensor, memory expandability up to 32GB, 5MP camera and social network integration.
The handset runs in Android v2.3.4 operating system that is supported by a QUALLCOMM series chipset and ADRENO 200 GPU. With these technicalities, the handset ensures smooth and swift actions without any factors of malfunctioning. Let it be any application or motion based game or movie or whatever, Motorola Spice XT will never let the user down.
It has a 3.5 inches TFT capacitive touch screen that displays 16 million colours in a resolution of 320 X 480 pixels. It has multi touch option and also the MOTO switch UI that makes the screen more touch sensitive and user-friendly. The accelerometer and proximity sensors govern the view and gravity sensitivity of the screen. Browsing in this handset is indeed a pleasurable experience all through, as it supports both HTML and WAP views and thereby gives a real time browsing experience to the user. With 3G configured, one can always stay online, watch live shows, videos and what not..! The Wi-Fi support is even more promising as one can easily latch on to any available LAN networks to access internet. Flipping through various web pages, downloading and uploading files and accessing social networking sites are no more a troublesome and time consuming affair. Rather they are so simple and swift. Everything made available in the finger tips..!
The handset is loaded with a very potential 5MP camera with LED flash. It is capable of capturing clear and high resolution pictures and videos. The auto focus and geo tagging attributes add more zing to the camera function. It clicks memorable moments with good precision and enables one to share them with loved ones then and there. Video capturing is also possible at 24fps.
Spice XT has an internal memory of 512 MB Ram and 512 MB ROM. It could be expanded up to 32GB, which can store practically unlimited number of call records and fields, songs, videos, data files, and so on.
The multimedia player supports and reads all common audio and video formats like MP3, MP4, WAV, WMA, etc. the FM radio with digital sound clarity is definitely an added advantage. Some additional feature like organiser, document viewer cum editor, predictive text input, photo viewer and voice memo dial make the handset not only a phone but also a guide and a secretary.
Motorola Spice XT is powered by a standard 1540 mah lithium ion battery that extends talk time up to 8 hours and a stand by capability of up to 672 hours. One can very well trust this battery backup..!
The handset looks dashing in perfect black and the placement of keys is also indeed appreciable. The volume rocker and camera key are placed on the right pane while the USB port is placed on the left pane. The power button and the 3.5mm audio jack are placed at the top.
In short with respect to handling convenience, style and sophistication, Motorola Spice XT is indeed a strong combatant made available in the market at an affordable price.

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