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The specs have been flowing around for a bit for now of the Motorola’s 10 inch Android tablet that would run the biggest version of android, the Honeycomb, whose which this tablet is indeed a flagship device, much like what Nexus S was for Gingerbread. It’s not hard to notice the Verizon markup at the top right corner telling us that the tablet is indeed Verizon Wireless bound, but yes, didn’t we already know that fact. The leak, apart from bringing a few more blurry shots, also points out some of the specs of the tablet which might be called Stingray or Everest or in distant guess, Trygon, maybe because it boasts of nVidia’s Tegra processor. Which one is your fav?

As for the specs, it seems very much assured that this will be really boasting the 1 Ghz dual-core Tegra 2 processor powering the 10 inch screen capable of producing a divine 1280 x 800 resolution display, and running what is supposed to be game-changing version of android, the 3.0, aka Honeycomb. That apart, expect the main camera at rear capable of 5 MP shooting experience with a VGA camera on the front (near the logo) for video calling and all that. In case you were looking for it, the mini-HDMI port is there as also support for up-to 32 GB microSD card storage, 3.5 mm headphone jack and the micro0USB port.

What we still don’t know about the Motorola’s tablet is the lengths and breadths and in particular the weight of the tablet. The weight is what is hated most about the iPad and it’s really what makes the Samsung 7 incher Galaxy Tab a score above iPad, so we would expect a feather tech from Motorola here. Device size: lengths, breadth and thickness will be a tell-tale sign of weight and portability factor but it will surely be a hard job with dual-core processor inside. Right?

Well, the spec sheet surely makes you drool over unless you know you can’t keep letting water flow outta your mouth, given the magnitude of android stuff happening in (early) 2011 that’s gonna tear your tech beliefs. Yep! we are talking about the LG Star and Motorola Olympus, both powered by the same 1 Ghz dual-core Tegra 2 processor and, Samsung’s Galaxy 2/Stealth/etc. Oh, and let’s not forget Sony Ericsson’s good work in SE Zeus Z1 / PlayStation phone and Anju/X12. On the software part, Honeycomb itself will be revolutionary and should re-brand android’s perception in your mind. There was a reason why Google demonstrated the android’s next iteration a little bit in the same breadth they announced Gingerbread. Maybe, it meant the end of road of android 2.x versions signaling a leapfrog desired for android 3.x. Nice enough!

So, what do you think holds for us in the year 2011, early or later part? And where does it leaves your desire of Nexus S? Oh yes, Motorola’s also working on a 7 inch tablet, we hope Mr. Blurrycam will gratify us with that one too!

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Htc Evo 10 (Bolt) Release Date: Specs Leaked!

Update [October 22, 2023]: HTC Bolt, which could be called HTC 10 Evo (in US, or everywhere), now has a full list of specifications available under the rumor mill. Basically, it’s an HTC 10 with bigger 5.5″ display and some cut-down on specs, while still remaining a beast. Check out the specs below.

Update [October 22, 2023]: New rumors give the HTC Bolt a name, an official name that the devic ewill known to consumer, and a solid name we must say. The HTC Bolt could launch as HTC 10 Evo, banking on the goodwill of both the HTC 10 and HTC Evo sets from long ago which has some good reputation back then. Do we like the new name, HTC 10 Evo, well we do. What about you? The news comes from Evleaks, one of the most trusted source of news as you could find.

BTW, what’s more intriguing to know is why the comeback of Evo brand? Does it have a special camera, or new connectivity feature that Evo 4G was known for. Or simply the return of the kickstand? The specs leaked till date don’t highlight any very distinguishing feature that would warrant the Evo tag, so let’s see how this all shapes up.

Update [October 19, 2023]: We just spotted the HTC Bolt say hello to certain US certification agency, FCC, which means the device in entering final round of approval and testing. Here’s its document found at FCC’s site.

Also known by its codename HTC Acadia, rumors today have the processor and display specs identified for the HTC Bolt. You must have already seen it in pics leak earlier, so now is the good time for some specs leak, right?

First up, it’s being said that the HTC Bolt would be house a Snapdragon 810 processor — Galaxy S6, One M9 fame! — the very processor that was equipped in flagship devices of last year.

Next, you get a Quad HD display here, on the screen size of 5.5″, measure diagonally.

From the first looks, it seems clear that HTC Bolt isn’t a mid-ranger. It may live in the price bracket right below the HTC’s current flagship, the 10.

The latest leak comes from a well-known and very, very trusted by us sources, the LlabTooFer — that’s the guy who brought you the Android 7.1 system dump, and Pixel launcher, among other great stuff. Yes, he’s amazing!

HTC Bolt Specs

Android 7.0 Nougat

Snapdragon 810 processor

16MP rear camera (with OIS), while 8MP front camera

5.5″ WQHD display (resolution: 2560 x 1440 pixels)


32GB storage (microSD card support up to 2 TB)

3200 mAh battery

USB Type C

Colors: Cast Iron Black and Opal Silver

Expected release date: December 2023.

Now that HTC Bolt has impressed the folks at FCC, it should be near it release. We expect the Bolt to hit the stores before the end of this year, and it shouldn’t be taking more than few months now.

If you are looking to buy an HTC device, surely give this buddy a thought.

HTC Bolt Price

The HTC Bolt aka HTC 10 Evo is expected to be priced between 480 to 500 Euros, which translates to $522-545. Given the specs, and build quality added to mix as it’s an HTC device, the price looks appropriate.

Zte Axon 11 5G Phone Specs And Feedback

ZTE is a Chinese based multinational telecommunications company with three business units namely carrier networks, terminals, and telecommunication. Prominent among their products and services is the ZTE mobile phones that have been in the market since 2005. Last year ZTE kept its promise of a 5G network by gracing us with the Axon 10, Pro 5G making it the first of its kind in ZTE. However, this product was met with less enthusiasm by users than expected by their developers. In March 2023, ZTE made good on its promise by delivering a better version of the latter which is Axon 11 5G.

However, instead of chasing the latest Snapdragon 865 flagship silicon, it chose to go with Snapdragon 765G and with good reason I hope. The mobile supports sub-6Ghz and maybe mm-Wave as that is yet to be tested.


According to Specs-tech, the new ZTE Axon 11 5G phone has an 8MP ultra-wide snapper, 64MP primary camera, and 2MP depth sensor, which delivers a quad rear camera setup. Most users, however, are leaning towards its predecessor, the Axon 10 Pro. The camera quality, although good, is less than the latest 2023 phones.

The ZTE Axon 11 5G supports GSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE  and of course 5G networks with a speed of  HSPA 42.2 / 5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (3CA), 5G (2+ Gbps DL). It was launched on 23rd march 2023 despite the entire corona pandemic and comes with a sleek size of 6.27 × 2.89 × 0.31 inches. It also weighs about 168 grams with hybrid dual sim ports. The colors being shipped are black and white at the moment. The screen resolution is also top-notch with 1080× 2340 pixels screen resolution.

The prices vary according to their internal storage and ram. The one with a ram of 6GB and 128GB internal storage is sold at 378 US dollars while the one with 8 GB ram and 128GB internal storage is sold at 410 US dollars. There is also one with 8GB Ram and 256GB internal storage and it is sold at 476 US dollars. Due to the current global lockdown, this mobile phone is currently only available in China but it is expected to hit the global markets in the nearest future. The camera is a water drop-notch display with quad camera.

The ZTE Axon 11 5G runs on the latest version of Android, Android 10 with a Qualcomm SDM765 Snape Dragon 765G (nm 7) chipset. The CPU speed is 8 core (1×2.4 GHz Kryo 475 Prime & 1×2.2 GHz Kryo 475 Gold & 6×1.8 GHz Kryo 475 Silver) and a graphic processor Adriano 620 It supports external hard disk (memory card) and has a ram of 6GB or 8GB.  The front camera has a camera quality of 20 megapixels with a Li-Ion Battery 4000 Mah non-removable battery

It supports Sensors Fingerprint, accelerometer, proximity, gyro, compass sensors. The back camera has 64MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP and the display is 6.47-inches. The latest ZTE phone however has no telephone shooter which is a big deal to most users and the camera quality is way lower than its predecessor


When it comes to most products, people expect the successors to be superior to the predecessor.  On its own, the ZTE Axon 11 5G is a nice smartphone with great features and functionalities. But most users that have used the ZTE Axon 10 Pro are not sounded very pleased with the upgrade. Most of them feel that many features in ZTE Axon 10 pro are much better than the features in ZTE Axon 11 5G.

Some users that are using the series for the first time are not disappointed as one user stated that the phone was “Basically the P30 Pro and iPhone 11 PM (Pro Max) merged” and another user stated that the phone was as “If Huawei P30 Pro and Huawei Mate 20 Pro had a baby, and ZTE stole it”

Others have however said that the phone was ok, but not worth that price as it is roughly expected to be around 400 to 600 US dollars. Some users have resolved to wait for the pro version, confident that it would be everything that the ZTE Axon 11 5G is not.

On a scale of 1 to 10, the phone scores an 8.4. Taking a critical look at its features, users gave it the following scales. Both the design and camera got an 8 out of a ten, the display and connectivity was rated 9 out of ten. The phone was also rated very usable with 9 out of 10. Although the battery is 4000Mah, it is not so strong since the phone specifications are so high. It got 8 out of 10. The ZTE Axon 11 5G overall performance was rated 8 out of 10. There is much room for improvement for the newest ZTE Axon 11 5G and most users are already waiting for the pro version.

Ipad Mini: History, Specs, Pricing, Review, And Deals


The iPad mini was first introduced in October of 2012. Back in the keynote, this iPad contrasted with the standard model: 9.7 inches for the base model, and 7.9 inches for the mini one. “Easy to remember,” Apple said at the time.

One year later, in 2013, the company gave this iPad a minor upgrade with the A7 processor and a Retina display. Only in 2014, with the iPad mini 3, Apple introduced the Touch ID on the tablet while adding support for Apple Pay.

Alongside the first iPad Pro, the iPad mini 4 was announced in September of 2023, but with the iPhone 6s and a new Apple TV also presented at this keynote, the iPad mini 4 was overshadowed. It received an A8 processor and its first redesign with a slightly taller and wider body than the previous models.

When everyone thought Apple wouldn’t launch another iPad mini, the company released the fifth generation in March of 2023. This was the most significant update for the mini line at the time, with a major processor upgrade and the first-generation Apple Pencil support.

Two years later, Apple unveiled the sixth-generation iPad mini. It changed everything about its most portable tablet. Now with Touch ID on the upper button, a larger display with thinner bezels, A15 Bionic, better cameras, and new colors

iPad mini Specs

The sixth-generation iPad mini has an 8.3-inch Liquid Retina display with thinner bezels. With the powerful A15 Bionic processor, Apple claims it’s 80% faster than the previous model, making it the most capable iPad mini ever.

Users also get 64GB and 256GB storage options and a new USB-C port, allowing faster connectivity and cellular models with 5G bringing more flexible mobile workflows.

With a new 12MP Ultra Wide front camera and Neural Engine, users can enjoy even more engaging video calls. As users move around, Center Stage automatically pans the camera to keep them in view. When others join in, the camera detects them too, and smoothly zooms out to include them in the conversation. Center Stage makes video calls more natural in FaceTime as well as third-party video-calling apps.

It also has a 12MP main camera that can record in 4K for the first time. This iPad also brings for the first time support for the second-generation Apple Pencil, also attaching to this tablet’s side.

Apple offers third-part wireless keyboard options for customers who want to type with a proper keyboard.

It’s available in five new colors: black, white, dark cherry, English lavender, and electric orange. You can choose between the Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + Cellular (5G) models. This iPad offers an “all-day battery life” with 10-hour support and has a Lightning port for charging.

iPad mini 6 ‘jelly scrolling’ display refresh bug and other screen problems

Although many people praised the new iPad mini, some customers started noticing a “jelly scrolling” bug.

When looking at the iPad mini in portrait with the camera at the top, the right side of the display updates faster than the left side. Upside down, the left side will now update quicker than the right side. Curiously, the lag is much harder to discern when using the iPad mini in landscape mode.

Some people are also complaining about LCD discoloration and distortion issues

iPadOS 15 features

The new iPad mini comes with iPadOS 15. This operating system brings a redesigned Home Screen with widgets and App Library support.

On iPadOS 15, FaceTime group calls can finally appear in a grid, so it’s easier to see everyone. It’s also possible to share your screen, listen to Apple Music songs together, or watch Apple TV+, HBO Max, Disney+, and others while in a call.

With the Quick Note feature, users can use the Apple Pencil to add a quick note. They just need to slide the pencil through the bottom right corner to the center of the screen and start writing.

iPadOS 15.1 features

One month after releasing iPadOS 15, Apple released iPadOS 15.1 More notable, the company finally brought SharePlay support for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Unfortunately, Universal Control wasn’t one of the features added with this new version. Here’s what else is new:


Mandarin Chinese (Taiwan) support in the Translate app and for system-wide translation


New automation triggers based on the current reading of a HomeKit-enabled humidity, air quality, or light level sensor


New pre-built actions let you overlay text on images or gifs, plus a new collection of games lets you pass the time with Siri.

iPadOS 15.2 features

Five weeks after releasing iPadOS 15.1, Apple is releasing iPadOS 15.2. It brings more features that were expected to launch alongside iPadOS 15 but, unfortunately, Universal Control is still nowhere to be seen. Here are the top features of this version:

Apple Music Voice Plan is a new subscription tier that gives you access to all songs, playlists, and stations in Apple Music using Siri

App Privacy Report in Settings lets you see how often apps have accessed your location, photos, camera, microphone, contacts, and more during the last seven days, as well as their network activity

Communication safety setting gives parents the ability to enable warnings for children when they receive or send photos that contain nudity

Digital Legacy allows you to designate people as Legacy Contacts so they can access your iCloud account and personal information in the event of your death

Apple TV app: Store tab lets you browse, buy, and rent movies and TV Shows all in one place

iPadOS 15.3 features

Six weeks after releasing iPadOS 15.2, Apple is releasing iPadOS 15.3. This update foregoes new features in favor of under-the-hood bug fixes and improvements. One of the most notable changes here is a fix for a Safari vulnerability that may have been leaking your browsing history and Google ID data to the websites you visited.

iPadOS 15.4 features

iPadOS 15.4 finally brings one of the most important features expected from iPadOS 15 and that got delayed: Universal Control. Here’s everything new with iPadOS 15.4:

Universal Control: This feature allows you to control your Mac and iPad using the same keyboard and mouse/trackpad. Universal Control needs iPadOS 15.4 and macOS Monterey 12.3;

New Siri voice: Siri has a fifth American voice. Apple says a member of the LGBTQ+ community recorded the voice and it’s non-binary;

More emoji: iPadOS 15.4 also brings new emojis. You can discover all of the new characters here;

Shortcuts automation: Adds support for running Personal Automations in the background without requiring a pesky banner notification.

You can learn everything new with this update here.

iPadOS 15.5 features

Different from other software updates, iPadOS 15.5 only improves the Podcast app experience, as Apple focused on Wallet changes for the iPhone this time:

Apple Podcasts includes a new setting to limit episodes stored on your iPhone and automatically delete older ones

iPadOS 15.6 features

iPadOS 15.6 is yet another small update for iPad users. Here’s what’s news:

TV app adds the option to restart a live sports game already in progress and pause, rewind, or fast-forward.

Fixes an issue where Settings may continue to display that device storage is full even if it is available.

Fixes an issue that may cause Braille devices to slow down or stop responding when navigating text in Mail.

Fixes an issue in Safari where a tab may revert to a previous page.

iPadOS 15.7 features

iPadOS 15.7 only brings bug fixes and small security improvements as the company is currently testing iPadOS 16.


The sixth-generation iPad mini pricing starts at $499 for the 64GB storage option with Wi-Fi only. The prices can go up to $799 with the 256GB storage option and Wi-Fi + 5G. Here are the full prices of the sixth-generation mini Apple sells:

64GB with Wi-Fi: $499

64GB with Wi-Fi + Cellular: $649

256GB with Wi-Fi: $649

256GB with Wi-Fi + Cellular: $799

Lower prices may be available from Apple’s official Amazon store.

iPad mini Review

In our sixth-generation iPad mini review, we praise its versatility to be used as a powerful device while still compact enough to read a book, use social media, and keep it anywhere near you.

The iPad mini 6 is hands-down the best portable tablet on the market today. It’s a portable device that can pretty much do everything well, but it isn’t necessarily amazing in any one area. For example, it’s a wonderful reading device because of its large screen and lightweight, balanced design, but it suffers due to the lack of ProMotion. And the screen is larger than the iPad mini 5, but there’s no jump in screen fidelity, color, or brightness.Although the design of this iPad looks a bit outdated in 2023, it’s still by far the best small-form-factor tablet on the market. And now with the added performance of the A12 Bionic chip, it’s not just portable — it’s a portable powerhouse.

You can read the full review here.


Over at 9to5Toys, you can find the best deals on the iPad mini and other Apple products. Download the 9to5Toys iPhone app to receive push notifications for new deals as well.


As of now, there are no rumors regarding a seventh-generation iPad mini.

Huawei Honor 7X: Price, Availability, Specs, Issues And More!

Being a successor to the Honor 6X, expectations have been huge with the Honor 7X even before the first rumors began flying. That the year 2023 saw bezel-less displays become common to flagships, we always wondered whether Huawei would be able to give us the new tech in the display in the budget segment, too, in a way that made the dual camera tech available in the year 2023 with the 6X.

Thankfully, Huawei obliged — the Honor 7X features a FullView display from the company while keeping up with the game in the rest of the spec sheet too, which is pretty incredible in itself, too. Here’s everything you need to know about the Honor 7X, including, how much the handset will set you back, in which countries it is available, and more, so read on.

Bezel-less display for budget phones

The Honor 4X, 5X, and 6X have been pretty much one of the best devices under their range. Because they packed in specs that the other companies weren’t able to offer.

With the Honor 7X too, Huawei is giving you a 6-inch bezel-less display, which should make many people buy the 7X than anything else — not that the rest of the spec sheet is any slouch, the Honor 7X is one of the best-equipped phones for the budget phone buyers.

Value for money: Honor 7X Specs

The Honor 7X hosts of decent specs, including a 5.93-inch display with a 1080×2160-pixel resolution and an 18:9 aspect ratio, as well as an octa-core Kirin 659 SoC, clocked at 1.7GHz, all for a budget-friendly price tag. While the phone is certainly not meant to take on the elite Galaxy S8 series or the iPhone X, the device still caters well to the budget-conscious users looking for a premium mobile experience with a handset that doesn’t break the bank.

In addition to the specs mentioned above, the Huawei Honor 7X includes 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 256GB using a microSD card. The phone runs Android 7.0 and takes its juice from a 3340mAh non-removable battery, which is notably similar to that of its predecessor Honor 6X. The Honor 7X also boasts a dual camera setup at the back (16-megapixel+2-megapixel) and an 8-megapixel front snapper.

The Honor 7X’s classic metal design provides a convenient grip of the phone, aided by perfect round edge. It also includes the 2.5D glass protection that sits nicely with the aluminum chassis. The Honor 7X also comes in Blue, Gold and Black color options.

The dual-SIM smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM cards. It also supports connectivity options such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, USB OTG, as well as 3G and 4G with support for Band 40 that’s being adopted by a number of LTE network provider in India. The handset also packs sensors like the compass magnetometer, accelerometer, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, and gyroscope. Finally, it has a dimension of 156.50 x 75.30 x 7.60 mm and weight of 165.00 grams.

Its dual rear camera features phase detection autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, and panorama.

The phone is also capable of recording video with a 1080-pixel resolution at 30 frames per second. In the sound department, the Honor 7X flaunts some typical specs such as vibration, MP3, and WAV ringtones. It also comes with an active noise cancellation to eliminate unnecessary buzz in the background when making a video call, for example. Its battery is capable of lasting up to 647 hours on 3G standby mode while you can use the phone for up to 21 hours of 3G talk time as well.

Quality of Honor 7X FullView display is pretty good

We have spent some good time with the Honor 7X’s bezel-less display, and we’re impressed with it. The bugger 6-inch screen in a body that last year typified 5.5-inch phone, is something cool to have, and even show off: When asked, several friends did estimate that this device must be costing $400 or something, but were left pretty impressed when told it costs just 200 bucks (USD).

The display on the Honor 7X isn’t inferior, but it’s not very cool either. Though, given the price tag, it feels pretty good all in all. It lacks the accurate touch of the, let’s say, Huawei’s own Honor 8, even the colors, but it does the job all fine. Reading in the sunlight is pretty good, while at its most dim, it makes it easy to read text on display without the need for a screen dimmer app, which is a great achievement.

Honor 7X camera is pretty good, too!

The rear 16-megapixel shooter is an able one, we can tell you that. The blur effect is there, and while it’s there, does the job, it certainly is not a great one. The dual camera setup’s second lens — a 2MP one — helps the device produce bokeh effect, by identifying the background which is then blurred by the device.

The phone’s camera also features a ‘Portrait Mode’ that you can find in the top-of-the-line contenders like the Galaxy S8 series or the iPhone X. This feature is what’s responsible for the nice background blur in your photo, and it does a decent job at that, except for the not so seamless cut of your subject. But for its price, it’s still an acceptable compromise that you can make.

Honor 7X does slow-motion recording, too

Other than the bokeh effect, the Honor 7X also includes the ability to record slow motion as well. The resolution isn’t great at just 480p, but having this feature is definitely better than not having it, right?

Honor 7X software tricks are awesome!

Once you’ve got your hands on the Honor 7X, the first thing that you may want to accomplish is to familiarize its home screen. Well, the phone lets you personalize the home screen in many ways. First off, you can choose to enable the app drawer by heading over to the Settings page and then go to the Home screen style section.

And there’s a lot morel EMUI is known for the heavy list of features it comes with, and as this powered the Honor 7X, you have a truckload of options everywhere.

The features easily eliminate the need to install maybe 5-6 apps from the Play Store, like the App Lock, download speed meter, screen dimmer, color correction, launcher apps as far as themes are concerned, etc.

Honor 7X tips

Honor 7X Oreo and EMUI 8.0 to arrive soon

With regards to the release date for the Android Oreo to the Honor 7X, it’s safe to assume that the update will arrive on the handset in the second quarter of 2023, though there’s no official announcement from Huawei just yet. We’re sure to update this post soon once details about the Oreo rollout for the Honor 7X become available.

Huawei has once again revealed their plans to bring the Oreo to the Honor 7X soon.

A Red Honor 7X is in the works!

Huawei has revealed that they plan to bring an Honor 7X painted in red color, too, which would be another great choice besides the blue color the company is offering already. Though, the red color could be US specific, where it would be available for purchase on January 14, Valentine Day.

Where to buy Honor 7X

Many Huawei fans have been asking where they can purchase the Honor 7X. Well, we’ve provided a detailed table below where you can check out the handset’s availability, including its version name in certain countries as well as the price.

Keep in mind, though, that prices for certain countries are not available at the moment, so you may have to wait a bit longer until Huawei’s related announcement.

Motorola Xprt: Excellent Blackberry Alternative

The XPRT has the features and the keyboard to please any business or IT professional, but its small display will turn off multimedia junkies.

If you feel sure you’ve seen the Motorola XPRT ($130 with a two-year contract from Sprint; price as of July 14, 2011) somewhere before, that’s because it is essentially Sprint’s version of the Motorola Droid Pro for Verizon. The design is slightly different and, of course, you’ll find Sprint branding and apps all over it, but the XPRT keeps everything we love about the Pro. If you’re an Android fan who needs BlackBerry-like functions, you’ll be happy with the XPRT.

(Editor’s note: Parts of this review were taken from our Motorola Droid Pro review

Familiar Design

If you glance at the XPRT, you may well mistake it for the Droid Pro–the two phones are nearly identical. If you look more closely, however, you’ll notice some differences. The XPRT is a little squarer (literally, not figuratively!) at the top; it has chrome trim around its front; and it has a soft rubberized battery cover rather than a plastic back like the Droid. I definitely prefer the XPRT’s subtly textured battery cover to the Droid Pro’s; it feels higher quality.

The touch HVGA display is the same size (3.1 inches) and has the same resolution (320 by 480 pixels) as the one on the Droid Pro. Unfortunately that translates into a fairly small, low-resolution screen for a high-end smartphone by today’s standards. It’s adequate for viewing your inbox or doing casual Web browsing, but you won’t want to watch movies or play graphics-heavy games on it.

Beneath the display are the typical Android touch-sensitive buttons: Menu, Home, Back, and Search. The left spine of the XPRT houses the volume rocker and the micro-USB port. On the right spine, you’ll find a shortcut button that you can customize for whatever you need frequent and quick access to. To set it up, you just go to Settings, Applications, Quick launch. I programmed this button to launch my inbox.

Aside from these additional features, the user interface is almost identical to the Motorola Droid 2’s. Yes, regrettably, the XPRT ships with Android 2.2 and not the most recent version, 2.3 (Gingerbread).

Like other Motorola phones we’ve reviewed, the XPRT incorporates a not-very-impressive 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash. Motorola’s camera user interface isn’t my favorite, but you do get a good number of scene modes and effects, plus face detection and geotagging. In my indoor photos, colors looked washed out and details were fuzzy. My outdoor photos fared slightly better, but they weren’t especially strong. The camcorder is mediocre, too: My 720-by-480-pixel-resolution videos looked somewhat fuzzy, though the camcorder function is acceptable for capturing short clips.

For your multimedia needs, you get the standard Android media player, which supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, H.263, H.264, and MPEG-4 video and music files.


Call quality over Sprint’s 3G network in San Francisco was quite good. My friends on the other end of the line reported that my voice sounded loud and clear, with no distortion or static.

Sprint’s 3G coverage in the South Park neighborhood of San Francisco was reliably good. PCWorld’s mobile site launched in 9 seconds, and our full site launched in 43 seconds. As we grow accustomed to 4G speeds, this loading period may seem slow, but it’s pretty fast for a 3G network.

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