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7.6 out of 10

Motorola Admiral

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Overall 6
Design 6
Performance 5
Battery performance 8
Display 5
Camera 6
Software 6

It looks like a BlackBerry, but it's running Android — is that a winning combination?

27 December 2011
  • Summary: I’d recommend the Admiral over any BlackBerry handset on the market, simply because it runs Android. But there’s nothing admirable about the Admiral; it’s just a good messaging phone with a good keyboard, though not necessarily a good phone phone.
  • Pros: Candybar form factor, Good keyboard, Solid battery life
  • Cons: Small, washed-out display, Trouble differentiating taps from scrolls, Mediocre performance
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Overall 8

Motorola Admiral (Sprint)

PC Magazine
5 December 2011
  • Conclusion: The Motorola Admiral is the best push-to-talk smartphone on Sprint.
  • Pros: Good voice quality. Great QWERTY keyboard. Rugged. Long battery life. Direct Connect allows for much better data speeds than iDEN.
  • Cons: Average camera. Occasional headphone hiss.
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Overall 7

Motorola Admiral (Sprint)

20 November 2011
  • Summary: Responsive, functional, and tough, the Motorola Admiral makes a great workhorse phone, especially for anyone working in a tough environment. BlackBerry users will also find it a smooth transition if they want to move to the Android platform.
  • Pros: Running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), the Motorola Admiral offers snappy performance, decent call quality, a QWERTY keyboard, and a scratch-resistant 3.1-inch touch screen. It also supports push-to-talk, and its durable design will withstand harsh environments.
  • Cons: The Motorola Admiral's photo and video quality could be better. The phone comes with just 4GB of internal storage and doesn't support 4G.
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Review: Sprint Motorola Admiral with Direct Connect

10 November 2011
  • Excerpt: Sprint released the Motorola Admiral a few weeks ago, adding to its stable of enterprise-focused phones. The Admiral is the first Android-powered phone with Sprint Direct Connect, and looks to merge business and pleasure in equal measure.
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Overall 9

Motorola Admiral Review

Phone Arena
8 November 2011
  • Conclusion: The Motorola Admiral is a middle-of-the-pack device in Sprint’s lineup, but it has its significant strengths. The keyboard is great, feel and build quality are very good and the Admiral is the first Direct Connect smartphone that you can actually use data with. Even if the DC service isn’t for you, this is the best portrait Android device that we’ve used thanks to the well thought out design and the Military Spec trimmings.
  • Pros: Great keyboard, Good overall design with Military Spec toughness, Quick OS performance, Great call quality and battery life
  • Cons: Camera underperforms, Some water resistance would be nice
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Motorola Admiral – sailing the Blackberry seas like it’s no one’s business – review

18 October 2011
  • Conclusion: Regardless of that, the Admiral is a great choice for a rugged business smartphone that will be used day and day out for managing your time, work and life.
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Motorola Admiral

26 November 2011
  • Summary: Motorola Admiral è uno smartphone equipaggiato con sistema operativo Android 2.3 Gingerbread, fotocamera d 5 megapixel, batteria da 1.860 mAh, display da 3,1 pollici e risoluzione pari a 640x480 pixel
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