Motorola Fire XT316 Android Expert Review

Motorola has finally raised its head with the intention of letting the market know the big league is incomplete without the participation of titans. While the market is flooded with android operating system studded mobile phones competing in prices, features and highly inspiring and ever evolving software versions, Motorola has decided to give each one a run for the money. Each of the market big fish has been painstakingly enduring the competition and the endless wants of the customers, ever since the android was launched.

While perfection and absolutism has been the rules so far, Motorola has decided to amalgamate all the features into one smart phone, and let the world know what a smart phone must stand for. Though the Android system has been a great success all over the world, harnessing and more importantly taming the endless possibilities has been the biggest challenge and desire. Most devices have tried to combine the smartness of a mobile phone with the utility of a computer. Though there are models that seemingly seem to incorporate most features, but the similarities have not necessarily been effective in terms of functionality or the on ground pragmatic issues. The good news is that Motorola has taken the rat race to the next level, with some path breaking features instilled, all in one phone.

Since the advent of an Android Operating System, market has been seeking a QWERTY pad or format. While many attempts have been made globally to achieve this, it certainly seems the Motorola Fire XT316 Smart Phone has taken the leap. The smart phone seems to possess this very essential feature, and many claim the phone resembles the blackberry curve and therefore would give serious competition to the same and probably would overtake. The article sums up why a user must go for the Motorola Fire XT316 Smart Phone, with a lucid description of all the features that accompany the phone.


  • The Motorola Fire XT316 Smart Phone, has certainly raced the minds and intimidated the worldwide market involved in the line of production of smart phones, especially those who have been claiming superiority by virtue of the presence of a QWERTY pad alongside a touch screen.
  • Android 2.3 Gingerbread has been installed in Motorola Fire with an up-gradation option to 2.3.4 firmware version.
  • Screen size in this devise is a unique feature; it displays a handsome screen size on 2.8” with a normal working processor of 600 MHz, which has not a very good processing capability.
  • With 3G mode inscribed in phone, it comes with a connectivity option of HSDPA.
  • EDGE Technology is also a feature of this phone.
  • The screen of Moto Fire is sensor enabled; it means it easily leads support to proximity sensor and accelerometer.
  • Motorola has powered this device with a new interface called Moto Switch UI.
  • The RAM and ROM storage capability of this device is a huge concern which is just limited to 256 MB and 512 MB respectively.
  •  It has both front and rear camera, its rear camera is 3 MP. Therefore, the users seeking photography and the video recording must be finding the feature rather cherish able.
  • The phone has numerous data connectivity options like Wi-Fi, 3G, and GPS.
  • It has 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity options.
  • External memory storage of this device is extended up to 32 GB.
  • Phone supports 3.5 mm Headphone jack with a capability to play a large variety of video and audio files (also supports FM Radio play output).
  • Moto Fire do have a battery deficiency issue as it is merely powered with 1420 mAh battery which can provide a 8 hours talk time. If kept on standby it can remain alive up to 30 days.
  • AGPS has been provided to support this phone’s GPS feature.
Posted by On October 12, 2011 Filed in: Reviews Tags: , ,

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