Here’s a quick summary of the slim and stylish Motorola MOTOLUXE.
Compared to the high end smartphones such as the Galaxy S2, the MOTOLUXE looks refined and sits perfectly in your hands. It has four capacitive buttons at the bottom of the screen with an illuminated lanyard dock. The Motorola MOTOLUXE comes with a metal battery cover with a soft-touch texture.
The MOTOLUXE comes with a 4-inch WVGA screen that looks sharp and has great viewing angles. However, colours are a little unsaturated and just slightly washed out.
The MOTOLUXE runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread with a neat feature called ‘MotoSwitch’ that brings frequently selected apps and contacts to the homescreen. The MOTOLUXE offers up to 9 home screens which means you can have more widgets to play with.
The MOTOLUXE comes with an 8-megapixel camera that is passable, the white-balance and exposure sometimes is not up to scratch. The flash on the MOTLUXE seems to be unusable, with the flash turning the image blue but Motorola says they are working on this.
The MOTOLUXE comes with an internal memory of 2GB of internal memory that is expandable up to 32GB with a microSD.
The MOTOLUXE comes with an 800MHz single-core processor so expect screen transition and performance lag. With medium use the battery can last easily up to a day maybe even more if you use it sparingly.
Overall, the MOTOLUXE doesn’t come with the same power or speed as the high end smartphones but is a solid and affordable phone that is built for the masses.