Conclusion: If you're looking for a very affordable and compact Android phone with a QWERTY keyboard, the Motorola has its charms. Despite our complaints about the display and MOTOBLUR overwhelming the small home screen, the Motorola Charm is a solid messaging phone and a very affordable Android smartphone. The build is solid, the phone is distinctive looking and attractive and that keyboard is excellent.
Pros: Good keyboard, lots of social networking, strong reception and voice.
Cons: Display is small and low quality, social networking overwhelms the tiny home screen.
T-Mobile's Motorola Charm QWERTY bar Android smartphone review
3 September 2010
Summary: The Motorola Charm is a compact QWERTY bar smartphone that runs the Android 2.1 operating system and offers Motorola's MOTOBLUR social networking, messaging, and user interface extensions, including a host of user configurable home screen widgets.
Pros: Solid build quality, compact, good keyboard and GSM reception, extended battery included, web phone portal
Cons: small and poor quality display, some 3rd party app issues, very weak camera
Conclusion: Well it's about time that we find someone brave enough to venture with something different in terms of form factor with Android – even more when landscape QWERTY handsets are abundant. The Motorola CHARM is actually a well-rounded device that refreshes the usual set of Android phones we're typically presented with.
Pros: Fantastic QWERTY, Solid construction, Two batteries
Cons: QVGA display, Inferior producing camera, Orientation issues with certain apps
Excerpt: Un smartphone que trabaja con el sistema operativo Android 2.1 y que además ofrece todas las herramientas de entretenimiento como cámara de fotos y video, reproductor multimedia, correo electrónico, redes sociales y más.