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.
Summary: The MOTOSMART is a low priced Android handset from Motorola with a focus on entertainment and social apps. At less than £100 on pay as you go, it is one of the cheapest Android phones currently on the market, while still offering an experience that you would expect from a more expensive device. The MOTOSMART includes MotoSwitch, Google Play, a 3.5 inch screen and 3 megapixel camera. The MOTOSMART is initially available exclusively to T-Mobile .
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