Summary: The Motorola Motosmart has an alluring price tag but juddery performance, a weak battery and an unlovely screen means it never shines. There are excellent, highly capable Android alternatives around this price so make sure you check out the competition before saddling yourself with what is, at best, a very middle-of-the-road performer.
Cons: Plodding performance; Stale version of Android; Ugly Motorola software; Low-res screen; Weak battery; Poor camera.
Excerpt: Design It might cost less than £100, but the Motosmart feels like a well-built piece of kit. Although slightly chunky, the device sits nicely in the hand and its matt black battery cover gives it a touch of class.
Conclusion: Motorola’s MotoSmart is aimed at first-time smartphone users, but the combination of jittery performance, unresponsive touch-screen and terrible battery life is liable to put people off mobiles for eternity
Conclusion: The Motorola MotoSmart is physically a solid little phone, but it's let down internally by shockingly limited onboard memory, a poor screen and rather duff camera. We understand there's a big market for cheap smartphones, but Motorola has cut so many corners with the Motorola MotoSmart it may as well come in an octagonal case.
Summary: Motorola Motosmart è uno smartphone con sistema operativo Android, display da 3,5 pollici, risoluzione 480x320 pixel, batteria da 1.400 mAh, fotocamera da 3 MP, 165 MB di memoria interna, modulo WiFi e compatibilità con le applicazioni Google Play