Nostalgia sells...and it's expensive!
As I was browsing my RSS feeds the other day I saw that Motorola has a new RAZR phone coming out. I still have my old RAZR 3G in a drawer somewhere as a backup phone in case my smartphones die 😁 (wonder if the battery is still any good). The original RAZR phone was an insane $500 (if memory serves me right) for a "dumb" phone that was network-locked. This is at a time when I could
Back to a modern smartphone
Monday, Jul 18 2016 03:00 | Android, Motorola, Nokia, photography, Photos, Symbian, Technology, Telephony
As much as I liked the Nokia N8, I needed to get back to using a more modern smartphone for my day to day work. I decided that waiting some more time for motorola (or Google) to release new flagship products would take a long time, and the few merits of the N8 wouldn't warrant waiting that long for the next android device.Symbian Belle Refresh OSSo, what did I like about the N8 and Symbian
It's been a couple of weeks now since my Nexus 4 sort of died. It took a tumble from my bike and hit the pavement in such a way that the touch screen no longer responds to input. The rest of the phone seems to work fine, but without an ability to do input it's not all that useful. So, I pulled out the old Motorola v3xx phone (aka razr 3G) from the drawer, powered it up, and put
I was a bit skeptical of the whole "keyboard on the back side" of the motorola backflip - but having seen this video (even in mute) does make the device intriguing. The one thing that is a bit of a concern is that the specs look to be the same as the CLIQ that is presently available for T-Mobile. Interesting form factor, but could we do something about the specs?