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Motorola's midrange camera phone packs a solid set of features into a small package.
Motorola's smart-looking update of its entry-level camera phone packs in plenty of features but suffers from some glaring design flaws.
The Motorola W755's design looks way too familiar but its solid feature set, ergonomic controls, and enjoyable call and video quality make it a reliable Verizon Wireless handset.
The Motorola Razr2 V9 is a great successor to the first Razr. Despite a few quibbles, it has an eye-catching design, solid performance, and an impressive feature set.
The Pantech C150 is a solid, basic camera phone with impressive call quality and an unbeatable price.
As AT&T's first Android phone, the Motorola Backflip offers a unique design but it's rather lackluster in the features and performance department. It's a decent choice if you're upgrading from a feature phone, but anyone looking for speed and power should look elsewhere.
The Motorola MPX is a true business phone for the overachiever. It offers a dual-hinged display, QUERTY keyboard, Windows Mobile, GMS and GPRS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a 1.2 megapixel camera. CNET Editor in Chief Patrick Houston and Motorola's Monica Rohleder take a look.
Although it may look like a smartphone at first glance, the Pantech Hotshot from Verizon is actually a feature phone. Even if you don't need data, its sluggish processor and camera may not make it the best option if you're looking for a solid entry-level phone.
The Motorola Bravo is a mid-range Android smartphone with solid multimedia features.
The Motorola W490 is a practical phone for making calls; just don't count on its camera to be of much use.