Conclusion: The Motorola Wilder’s price may be attractive, but we don’t think that that really saves it. Basic tasks like writing text messages are difficult and the unresponsive resistive screen basically makes doing anything tricky. On the plus side, the call quality is fine which is essentially what you want from a no frills handset.
Pros: Great call quality, Resilient, compact design
Cons: Unresponsive touchscreen, Unimpressive camera
Conclusion: But I’d much rather prefer it to have all the standard features even if it want a bit more expensive: the rugged housing and nice design are worth it. The phone runs Android, and is meant to be a first smartphone for people, but without even Wifi I doubt they’ll understand what a smartphone really is.
Conclusion: The Motorola Wilder isn't worried that you will toss it around on a sand beach, or use it to talk in the rain, which might be the main reason for obtaining it in the first place. Also, for around $80 on prepaid plans at Carphone Warehouse, the phone couldn't get much cheaper for what it offers. Even though it is priced as a disposable handset there, it has its virtues like the splash-resistant shell, and an extra OLED notification screen for bragging rights.
Pros: Dust- and splash-resistant chassis, Affordable name brand phone
Cons: Virtual keyboard is hard to type on, Low-quality pictures and video
Conclusion: Il Motorola Wilder è un cellulare di fascia economica la cui caratteristica principale è quella di essere provvisto di un corpo resistente alle intemperie, per poterlo utilizzare facilmente all’aperto. Per il resto, specifiche e funzioni nella media, niente di particolare da mettere in evidenza, tranne il fatto che la memoria non è proprio pessima, come per la maggior parte dei cellulari di questa fascia.
Pros: Bluetooth; Resistente a urti e polvere; Lettore e radio; Integrazione con Facebook e Twitter; Jack audio da 3,5 mm