Summary: The connectivity of Motorola Z10 can be done through USB or Bluetooth. it can also handle speed downloads. Through the 3G network the cell phone can connect with the help of EDGE at nearly 236.8 kbps. The 3G network that offers HSDPA also lets you download nearly 3.6 Mbps through your home broadband. There is an opera web browser supplied including total HTML mobile support and it can also perfectly handle emails.
Review: Motorola Z10 - Part 4 - Listening to the Music
All About Symbian
25 July 2009
Summary: Presented as a multimedia phone, the Motorola Z10 has a lot to live up to, as music on mobiles has changed rapidly over the last year or so. Simply having a player is now no longer enough, as my time with the Z10 music suite shows.
Excerpt: Look! Hardware that breaks – on purpose! Shattered warranties aside, the Z10′s apparent bendy kick-slide design skews towards the flashy end of the spectrum, but hey, we’re not shallow. We care about what’s on the inside, too. But in the case of the Z10, after we took a good honest look at the interior, it turns out an innovative design is about the only thing this phone has going for it.
Review: Motorola Z10 - Part 5 - Camera and Conclusion
All About Symbian
15 July 2008
Summary: Following on from Ewan's first four review parts, listed below, here's the final part - from me, covering camera functions and performance, as well as an overall verdict on the device. Motorola Z10 - Part 4 - Listening to the Music Motorola Z10 - Part 3 - Going Online Motorola Z10 - Part 2 - The PIM Suite Motorola Z10 - Part 1 - Design, Form and Function
Summary: While we loved the movie making aspect of the Motorola Z10 we can't help but feel it's a gimmick that most smartphone users will tire of easily (not that we're fickle at PCA or anything). Otherwise this is a sleek and feature-rich phone.