Motorola Cell Phone Reviews
Motorola Brute i680: Ultra-Rugged With Noise Cancellation
The ultra-rugged Motorola Brute i680 cell phone for Sprint meets military specifications for dust, shock, vibration, temperatures and more.
MOTO W233 Renew Green Phone: Recycled Bottle Plastics
The MOTO W233 Renew green cell phone for T-Mobile is the world's first cell phone crafted from recycled water bottle plastics and the world's first carbon-neutral phone.
Motorola Rival A455: Full Keyboard to Out-Thumb Your Friends
While winning the title of "Thumb-Fu Master" with the Motorola Rival A455 for Verizon Wireless is gimmicky, what's real is that this is a full-keyboard phone for fast text messaging in a chat-like, iPhone-like format.
Motorola Clutch i465: First Full-Keyboard Nextel Direct Connect Phone
The Motorola Clutch i465 is the first full-keyboard cell phone to feature Nextel Direct Connect, which allows for the popular walkie-talkie or push-to-talk feature.
Motorola Karma QA1: Supersize Your Social Status
The Motorola Karma QA1 full-keyboard slider for AT&T is designed to “supersize your social status” for the Facebook and MySpace generation.
Motorola Adventure V750: Military-Grade Construction
Abuse the Motorola Adventure V750 all you want, Motorola says, because the military-grade flip phone will be able to take much of it.
Motorola Rapture VU30: Touch-Sensitive External Display
Just as the upgraded Motorola RAZR2 V9x has a touch-sensitive external display, so does the Motorola Rapture VU30 for Verizon Wireless. But the Rapture goes a step further with its vanishing external display that lights up for access to music and photos.
Motorola RAZR2 V9x: Modernizing the Original Game Changer
While it looks like the game-changing Motorola RAZR and smells like the original, too, the Motorola RAZR2 V9x can be thought of as a slightly modernized version of its brethren.
Live at 2009 CES: Motorola Unveils Rugged Tundra VA76r Clamshell
Motorola introduced the rugged Tundra VA76r cell phone at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show. It meets U.S. military specifications for dropping, dust, vibration, humidity, severe temperatures and rain.
MOTO VU204 Profile: Simplicity on a Low Budget
In selling the MOTO VU204 for Verizon Wireless, Motorola uses words like "ergonomically sleek," "soft-touch paint," "begs to be touched" and "draw just the right amount of attention" to say that this is your basic, blend-into-the-crowd kind of clamshell.
Motorola ROKR E8 Profile: Morphing Keypad Music Phone
What you need only when you need it? Now that's novel for a music cell phone and that's what you get with the morphing keypad on the Motorola ROKR E8.
Motorola Z9 Phone Review
While the Motorola Z9 can't consider itself a rival to the iPhone 3G and Samsung Instinct cellphones, what's most interesting about it is ability to compete somewhat toe to toe with its full feature set.
MOTO W233 Renew: World’s First Recycled Cell Phone
Motorola has introduced to the world the first cell phone crafted from recycled water bottle plastics. It’s called the MOTO W233 Renew.
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Motorola Cliq XT Review: A Slim, Social Android Phone
The Motorola Cliq XT wasn't at all what I expected. I assumed the phone would be a rehashed version of last year's Motorola Cliq. After testing out the Cliq XT, however, I realize that these two phones are actually quite different, despite the name.
Droid X: All the Details About Motorola's New Android Phone
Rumors about the Droid X have swirled around the Web for a while, as people wondered what the follow-up to Motorola's popular Droid phone would offer. Now we know.
Motorola Droid X Review: Android's Real iPhone Rival
Motorola and Verizon Wireless have taken the wraps off of the Droid's successor, the Droid X, a smartphone they are calling "a pocket-sized home theater." And while I find the Droid X a bit sluggish, overall I like it -- a lot.
Motorola Charm Review: A Charming Android Phone?
The Motorola Charm does not look like most of today's Android-based smartphones, with its boxy shape and its smaller-than-usual touch screen. But is a little variety a good thing?
Motorola Droid 2 Review: Better, But Not the Best
The new Motorola Droid 2 boasts plenty of improvements over the original Droid, including a better keyboard and a more attractive design, but it...
Motorola i1 Review: Android Adds Push to Talk
Motorola's i1, the first Android smartphone that offers push-to-talk features, is attractive and easy-to-use. But, judged solely on its merits as an Android smartphone, the Motorola i1 falls a bit short.
Motorola Droid vs. HTC Droid Eris
The Motorola Droid wasn't the only Google Android-based smartphone that Verizon Wireless launched last week. The carrier also announced availability of the HTC Droid Eris, which shares the Droid name, but offers a slightly different feature set.
Motorola Cliq Review: Android Gets Social
The Motorola Droid may be grabbing all the headlines, but it's not the company's only -- or first -- Android-based smartphone. That honor belongs to the Motorola Cliq, which is just about as different from the Droid as an Android-based smartphone could be.
Motorola Droid Review: Verizon's iPhone Killer?
Verizon Wireless has officially launched the Motorola Droid, its first phone running Google's Android software. The Droid has been being hyped as an iPhone killer, and this smartphone does have some killer features, but I'm not ready to call the Droid the heir to the iPhone.
Meet the Motorola Droid
Motorola and Verizon Wireless are taking aim squarely at Apple's iPhone with their latest smartphone, the Droid. The Android-based Droid has been garnering plenty of buzz, but is it a real iPhone killer?
Motorola Q: Still the Supermodel of Smartphones?
When the Motorola Q was launched in 2006, it was the supermodel of the smartphone world. It was the thinnest full QWERTY phone available, it had a sleek design, and its screen was crisper and clearer than almost any other available. Today, while the Motorola Q remains an attractive smartphone, it has plenty of competition.
Motorola Krave ZN4: Are Two Touch Screens Better Than One?
The Motorola Krave is not your typical touch-screen phone. That's because the Motorola Krave ZN4, which is available from Verizon Wireless, features not one, but two touch screens.
Motorola Photon 4G Review: A Smarter Smartphone
The Motorola Photon 4G is a smartphone that has beauty, brains, and power.
Motorola Droid Bionic Review: Worth the Wait
We waited (and waited) for the Motorola Droid Bionic to review. It's finally here, and this speedy smartphone was worth the wait.