Top Motorola phones

The best Motorola phones: We round-up the top Motorola smartphones on the market

Motorola's RAZR was one of the most popular mobile phones of all time, but since then the company has been relatively quiet in Australia. This has changed recently with the launch of a range of Android phones like the budget inspired DEXT and, more recently, the Milestone (known as the Droid in other markets). We round-up the best Motorola mobile phones in Australia.

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Motorola Backflip

Motorola scores points for trying to differentiate the Backflip from the wealth of other Android smartphones on the market, but its design isn't as practical as the company intended it to be.

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  • 15th June, 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Motorola
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  • Pros:
  • Good build quality, large keyboard, MotoBlur software, reasonably inexpensive
  • Cons:
  • MotoBlur can become cluttered, flip design isn't completely comfortable or practical, trackpad is more of a gimmick, no multitouch or Flash

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