Motorola Z3 RIZR Review-Coming Soon til et museum i nærheden af dig
8 March 2014
Excerpt: Når RIZR Z3 blev lanceret af Motorola, den første indtryk var af en glidende version af den populære RAZR serie, men set i bakspejlet det har vist sig at være lidt forældet ved overgang og ikke helt så slank og kompakt, som det burde have været. Jeg har taget et kig og se, hvor det gik galt, og hvor det lykkedes at holde trit med konkurrencen. Er du picking et opkald fra en unavngiven nummer på din mobiltelefon eller hjemmetelefon?
Excerpt: Det er klart, det er virkelig en gammel nyhed, at MOTORAZR serien har opnået rockstjerne status.Vi har kendt dette for et par år, og Motorola har vist sig som håndsættet producenten med det mest momentum.Selvfølgelig betyder det, at de skal fortsætte med at producere enorme sælgere.Kan Motorola holde sin fremskridt?Vi vil snart se.Det seneste forsøg på at endnu en gang knuse konkurrencen er Motorola RIZR.
Conclusion: Overall: The Motorola RIZR Z3 is a trendy all around handset with plenty of features to keep those fingers busy for a while. It does have its shortcomings but once you weigh it against the pros and the fun starts, whatever is lacking can easily be overlooked. All in all, the Motorola RIZR Z3 is a great little package worthy of its own place in the mobile phone industry and eventually in our pockets.
Excerpt: The RIZR marks the Motorola’s entry into the world of slider phones, dominated largely by Samsung at the moment. Sliders are nothing new, so what does the RIZR have, to make up for the long absence from this form factor? Design The phone is a bit thicker than the RAZR when kept side by side, but it’s a lot narrower, though not as narrow as the KRZR. The length is almost the same as the RAZR, just a wee bit longer.
Summary: The model delivers good reception quality, typical for all modern devices. Ring tones’ volume is slightly above average, midi-tunes are played back via 64-chord polyphony module, which ensures fairly great sounding. The silent alert is nothing special on the SLVR L7e – it’s somewhere between “average” and “slightly above average” strength-wise. The loudspeaker outputs enough volume during conversations for nearly all environments.
Summary: Everybody knows Motorola's RAZR family of handsets. The company has shifted millions of them worldwide, but can the latest edition – the RIZR Z3 – to the fold impress? A lot of people have accused Motorola of putting style before substance with the RAZR family, which we have to agree with in some respects. Sure, they all look good but some do lack certain functionalities that other, often cheaper, handsets have built-in as standard.
Summary: Motorola's first ever slider phone is a solid, but not outstanding mobile phone. The MOTORIZR offers a well balanced set of features for a pretty good price, but there is nothing new or unique about this handset.
Pros: Solid and well built, excellent slider, A2DP Bluetooth profile, good voice call quality
Cons: Buttons and keys require a firm press to activate, no standard 3.5mm headphone jack, speed of messaging and menu