Saturday, 24 September 2011

Motorola Bravo - Review

In this review, we will talk about the Motorola Bravo, running on the Android platform.

The Motorola Bravo features a solid and sleek build with simple to use multimedia functions for your use. It comes with a good display screen that gives out excellent and bright colored images though the user interface is a little bit outdated and might never fit with everyone. The Motorola Bravo carries a MicroSD card under its battery compartment, so easy changing has gone out of question as well as the applications that are provided with the cellular can't be removed or even modified in anyway. Motorola Bravo is best in any mid ranged Smartphone which provides adequate options for beginners. Motorola Bravo is a sleek phone, measuring up to 110 mm in length, 63 mm in width and in terms of thickness, the phone measures to 13 mm. The phone is marked by attractiveness alongside being slim. The phone weighs only 122g. For more information, just go through the review.

Now in the review, we will discuss some of the features of the phone.

Motorola Bravo carries a 3.7’’ display screen, having a resolution of 480x854 pixels. The touchscreen display screen on the cellular is capacitive, not resistive, which makes it responsive. We also realized that the display magnificently sharp and accurate but not really as great as Super AMOLDED display screens. Reading through textual content is really an easy job to do on the cellular, whereas viewing images and WebPages seem to be clear. The only downside of this device is its user interface. The MotoBlur is a little bit out of date and several users may perhaps experience unpleasant with it. When you can get through the interface, you will discover a lot of apps which can help you enjoy watching movies and even playing music. The soft keyboard within the cellular is the only preference you're going to get for keying in, the standard Swype keyboard isn't provided in the cellular.
The navigation on Droid Bionic is pretty simple. The device runs on a 800 MHz processor, because of which, tossing between apps and screens seemed to be very smooth. The overall performance of the cellular is extremely good, it is very instant, responsive and fast. Multi-tasking on the cellular is also quite an easy and comfortable task.

Now in the review, we will take a look at the camera on the cellular.

Motorola Bravo features a 3 MP camera but without flash. The camera is not capable of recording HD videos. The image quality of the phone is quite decent, pics show up to be relatively dull and grainy-looking.

Now the review will discuss the other features of the phone.

Motorola Bravo operates on Android 2.1 (Eclair) by means of that, you will get access to stuff just like Gmail, an app for YouTube, Quick Office for Android as well as others. Furthermore, at the time Android 2.1 (Eclair) runs on the cellular, the browser of the phone comes in complete support for Adobe flash Lite. WebPages which are Flash-heavy could be accessed without having much of lagging, and that is another pleaser. As being the Smartphone runs on Android Os, you'll have the option of syncing with Gmail, IMAP and exchange accounts. The device can also be capable of integrating with social networking sites. Some other options that come with the phone contain Bluetooth, WI-Fi. The device comes in support of wide range of music and video codec’s like MP3, AAC, WAV and MPEG-4.The phone comes in support of DLNA, which enables content streaming with other devices that are DLNA enabled.

To conclude off of this review, we’d suggest that Motorola Bravo is a Smartphone that offer decent features all around, the camera on the cellular is good, and so can be its display screen. Motorola Bravo is a decent entry level Android Smartphone, so if you haven’t experienced the personal taste of Android yet, it's easy to safely get started in here.

Specifications & Features of Motorola Bravo

Display and user interface
Screen size: 3.7"
Type: TFT capacitive touchscreen
Up to 16 M colors
Resolution: 480 x 854 pixels
Multi-touch input method
Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
Touch-sensitive navigation controls
Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
MOTOBLUR UI with Live Widgets

Size: 109.5 x 63 x 13.3 mm
Weight (with battery): 122 g

Available colors

Operating frequency / Network
2G Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G Network: HSDPA 850 / 1900

Alert types: Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker: Yes
3.5mm jack: Yes

microSD memory card slot,  max. 32 GB
Internal memory: 1.3 GB Storage / 2 GB ROM / 512 MB RAM

3G: HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2Mbps
WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA
Bluetooth: Yes, v2.1 with A2DP
USB: Yes, microUSB v2.0

Primary: 3.15 MP, 2048 x 1536 pixels
Features: autofocus, geotagging
Self-timer, Image stabilization
Effects: Grayscale, sepia, and negative
Video: Yes, CIF @ 30 fps
Secondary: No

Software platform
Android OS, v2.1 (Eclair),

800 MHz ARM Cortex-A8 processor, TI OMAP3610 chipset

Email and messaging
SMS(threaded view): Yes
MMS: Yes
Email: Yes
Push Mail: Yes
IM: Yes

Browsing and internet

Stereo FM radio with RDS

MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV player
MP3/WAV/AAC+/WMA player
Google Search, Maps, Gmail,
YouTube, Google Talk
Voice memo/dial/command
Digital compass
Document Viewer
Photo Viewer/editor
Adobe Flash Lite

Yes, with A-GPS support

Yes, via Java MIDP emulator

Ring tones: Mp3, WAV
Pre-installed themes
Changeable color themes

Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP
High-Speed USB v2.0 (microUSB connector)
3.5 mm Jack

Power management
Li-Ion 1540 mAh
Talk time (maximum): Up to 6 h 50 min
Standby time (maximum): Up to 240 hrs

Personal Information Management (PIM)
Detailed contact information
To-do List
Digital compass

Call management
Contacts: Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall Supported
Logs of dialed, received and missed calls
Integrated hands free speakers
Call Waiting
Conference Call

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