The Motorola Backflip Is An Appealing Android Phone

Apr 26 22:10 2010 Chris Westley Print This Article

Motorola have recently released the Backflip. This Android operated handset boasts a number of key features. From a 5 mega pixels camera, Wi-Fi and social networking applications, it also offers unique design with the combination of both touch screen navigation and full QWERTY keyboard for efficient text input.

In order to connect to the internet and cellular networks,Guest Posting the Backflip relies on a number of methods. To connect to cellular networks, class 12 versions of both EDGE & GPRS are utilised in all but the most isolated areas. In areas covered by 3G, an internet connection is provided by HSDPA at speeds of up to 7.2 mega bytes per second. Wi-Fi can be utilised in areas where wireless internet routers are located. By taking advantage of the signal provided by these, a faster internet connection can be achieved, and therefore an enhanced web browsing experience. Bluetooth and USB connections allow the Backflip to be directly connected other compatible hardware such as other phones and computers.

 

The internal media player in the Backflip supports a wide range of different music and video file formats, whilst a selection of pre-installed games to keep users entertained for hours on end. Facebook, MySpace and Twitter apps allow direct access to these sites, so users can stay updated with friends and family when out and about. Photobucket and Picasa integration allows photos and videos taken on the phone’s camera to be directly uploaded to these sites for the world to enjoy. An organiser, document viewer and voice memo recorder make the Backflip a functional everyday productivity tool.

 

The dimensions of the Backflip are 108x53x15.3mm and it weighs 133 grams. Its relatively solid weight reassures about the build quality of the handset, and it is relatively slimline considering it has a separate keyboard unit.

 

As well as standard vibration, MP3 and WAV music files can be assigned as ringtones to alert users to incoming calls and messages. By assigning music files as ringtones, users can customise their Backflip and hear the song of their choice whenever the phone rings. For talking handsfree, a speakerphone with stereo speakers and a 3.5mm audio jack are included.

 

Internal memory in the Backflip is 256MB as standard. This allows ample storage for a good number of files such as music tracks. A micro SD slot is included for the same purpose, with a pre-installed 2 GB memory card. This can be upgraded, however, to a card of up to 32 GB, allowing adequate storage a whole music collection for example.

 

As mentioned, the Motorola Backflip features a built in 5 mega pixel camera (2560x1920 pixel resolution). Therefore, images of very high quality can be taken. The task of taking good snapshots is simplified thanks to the inclusion of image enhancing features such as autofocus and LED flash. The camera can also shoot video in CIF quality at a rate of 30 frames per second.

 

The Motorola Backflip ticks all the boxes for a number of reasons. With the renowned Android OS, QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen navigation, and a 5 MP camera, the Backflip offers appeal to all manner of mobile phone users.

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