Summary: As I stated in the beginning of this review, I had to quickly adjust my perspective of the
due to its positioning and difficulties that I had with inputting text. It's not one of the high-end devices I typically use.
The market for this device is for those people looking at their first or second smartphone, without the bells and whistles of some of the more notable Android releases.
Pros: Small size, Good battery life (in most conditions), Durable construction
Summary: The Motorola Citrus is a great smartphone starter model. It comes with a somewhat outdated version of the Android operating system, but that technology gives you almost all the functionality you will need. You can use this phone for calls, messaging, listening to your favorite music or browsing the web. Then, you can play games on it or use it as an on-the-go camera.
Pros: This pay-as-you-go phone is full of high-tech features and is ideal for smartphone beginners.
Cons: Some apps are slow to load, and the built-in camera lacks a flash.
Excerpt: Released on November 11th, 2010, the Motorola Citrus is an entry level Android powered smartphone. Running on Android 2.1 with some lower specs, is this model worth the cheap price being offered?
Summary: Android phones are like reality TV shows—they’re everywhere, only far less annoying and actually useful. So, it’s inevitable that Android phones would make their way into the entry/mid-level phones circuit, and the Motorola Citrus is one of the troopers bringing a taste of the most popular platform to the users on a tight budget. However, the Motorola Citrus is not alone. For $30 more, there’s the LG Vortex.
Cons: Good battery life, Decent camera performance, Cheap materials, poor display, Laggy phone performance, Overpriced, even if its free
Summary: Today for review I’ve got another inexpensive phone from Verizon, it’s an Android phone running version 2.1 and it’s from Motorola. The Citrus is meant to be basic and it is, it’s small and compact but yet it gets the job done. The Citrus features a touchpad on the back called Backtrack that can be used for navigation if the user wishes instead of the normal touch screen.
Pros: Simple and easy to use, Touch pad on the back is interesting, Very small
Cons: Poor camera, Browsing experience is not the best, Low resolution and the screen is small
Excerpt: The Motorola Citrus was announced in early October alongside the Droid Pro. Besides an apparent marketing attempt to begin naming phones after fruit, the Citrus is Motorola’s offering for a low-cost Android smartphone.