Cell phones are one of the coolest gadgets around and they are also one of the most popular ones; beaten perhaps only by laptops. I get a lot of cell phones in my labs for review and I blog about them on the Web. You can't get enough of cell phones if you are tech enthusiast especially because there are a lot of new handsets coming in to the market regularly. I got requests for some cell phone reviews so here I am writing about them. I am not writing an in-depth review since I am covering a lot of phones here.
• LG Ally review - This is really good device based on Android 2.1 OS. The slide out QWERTY keyboard is comfortable for typing and my fingers didn't feel much fatigue even after typing loads on this keyboard. On the back, there 3.2 megapixel camera and this camera can record video too and it is good enough too. I didn't like the photo quality of the camera much. I am not saying that the quality is really awful but I have seen better picture quality on other 3.2 megapixel camera phones like the Nokia N73.
Other goodies on the phone, which make the handset a good buy, are EV-Do Rev. A, Wi-Fi, and stereo Bluetooth. I have one complaint about the device though, and I have mentioned it in my LG Ally review. This gadget is a Verizon's product but I was disappointed that it doesn't come with any of the service providers' V Cast apps. I would still recommend the LG Ally due to the good set of features and attractive design.
• LG Fathom - LG Fathom has a sturdy build. The display is really bright and so is the QWERTY keyboard. Both the Ally and Fathom have spacious keyboards and it is really hard to find this in a cell phone. There is not a lot of space on a cell phone and I really appreciate it when manufacturer's give comfortable keyboards.
Other than that, the LG Fathom has a good feature set which includes GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. The device comes preinstalled with Windows 6.5.3 and the LG Fathom supports both GSM and CDMA networks.
• Motorola Moto cell phone - Motorola Moto cell phone is targeted towards the youth and this is reiterated by the punk rock looks. While reviewing this gadget, I noticed that the music controls are placed really well. This device doesn't have a QWERTY keyboard but you do get a bubbly keypad which is comfortable enough for typing messages. I also liked that the manufacturer put in a 3.5 mm headphones jack which lets you plug in any standard headphones.
I was concerned about the call quality of the Motorola Moto cell phone though. It is far from best. To sum it up, I would recommend the Motorola Moto cell phone to youth population. They will certainly like the rock ring tones, edgy cover and conveniently placed music player controls. This phone is a limited edition device; so if you like it, rush to the market now!
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