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#76
alaScore 80

Motorola Atrix MB860 4G Unlocked Dual Core Phone with Android Gingerbread 2.3...

First the phone came MotoBlur locked which required it to be unlocked by doing a total reset. The...

39 user reviews

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#77
alaScore 80

Motorola W376g

Good burner/temp phone. We got this while our regular phone was in for warranty repair. The only...

191 user reviews

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#78
alaScore 80

Motorola Lapdock 500 Pro

Great deal. I just plug my Droid razor in and i can use it like a normal laptop. Makes watching...

49 user reviews

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#79
alaScore 80

Motorola SLVR L7 / V8

The Motorola SLVR has always been more about looks than performance; it's a good-enough phone...

69 expert reviews | 1341 user reviews

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#80
alaScore 80

Motorola V860

The Motorola Barrage offers Verizon Wireless customers a rugged push-to-talk phone with admirable...

8 expert reviews | 141 user reviews

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#81
alaScore 80

Motorola RIZR Z3

The RIZR Z3 has been priced well at Rs. 13,500. It offers the same features as the KRZR K1, but...

61 expert reviews | 770 user reviews

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#82
alaScore 80

Motorola RAZR V

Motorola doesn't break any new ground with the RAZR V, but it is better designed than its...

4 expert reviews

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#83
alaScore 80

Motorola Xprt Sprint 3g Qwerty DLNA Wifi Android Cell Phone

I like this phone, had it for two years and was walking the dog when he yanked the chain and it...

21 user reviews

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#84
alaScore 80

Motorola 5-pack DECT 6.0 Cordless Phones with Answering System

Cheap feeling, speaker sounded cheap and bad, Few nice options just poor quality I sent back...

18 user reviews

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#85
alaScore 80

Motorola XT862 DROID 3 Android Smartphone For Verizon (QWERTY)

I opened the package as soon as it was delivered and discovered that the phone wouldn't even turn...

58 user reviews

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#86
alaScore 80

Motorola Charm

If you can look past its design pitfalls, the Motorola Charm is an affordable and usable entry...

20 expert reviews | 96 user reviews

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#87
alaScore 80

Motorola L705CM Cordless Phone - DECT

What a nightmare product. Handsets will not register to the base. The directions do not work. The...

51 user reviews

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#88
alaScore 80

Motorola Devour

While Motorola's vanilla-Android Droid has become the most recognizable Android device on the...

29 expert reviews | 209 user reviews

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#89
alaScore 79

Motorola Quench XT3 /XT502

Another Android 1.6 device for consideration, the entry-level Motorola QUENCH XT3 is a...

3 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

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#90
alaScore 79

Motorola C300

You can see a vertical 2-positional navigation key with a Menu access button under the screen...

4 expert reviews | 45 user reviews

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#91
alaScore 79

Motorola ROKR Z6

As a phone the Moto ROKR Z6 is a good one. For the price of Rs. 11,750 you get 1 GB memory along...

27 expert reviews | 354 user reviews

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#92
alaScore 79

Motorola KRZR K3

The first KRZR made a name for itself with its cool design. A blue-bodied flashy handset...

24 expert reviews | 126 user reviews

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#93
alaScore 79

Motorola XT800 ZHISHANG

While not having the greatest of specs, any Android phone is welcome to the market. While...

4 expert reviews | 266 user reviews

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#94
alaScore 79

Motorola V325i

This is a phone that doesn't cost much but serves its purpose well. It doesn't have many bells...

1 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

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#95
alaScore 79

Motorola WX395

The Motorola WX395 is a simple phone that will make calls and send texts. Provided you're not...

5 expert reviews | 44 user reviews

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#96
alaScore 79

Motorola i886

Don't be tricked into believing the Motorola i886 is an Android smartphone; it's not, but it is a...

6 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

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#97
alaScore 79

Motorola MOTOSURF A3100

Quality and functionality that have certainly raised numerous eyebrows is the MOTOSURF A3100...

10 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

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#98
alaScore 79

Motorola Sidekick Slide

The eye-catching T-Mobile Tap offers a solid set of multimedia features, but is hindered by a...

25 expert reviews | 131 user reviews

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#99
alaScore 79

Motorola i1

The Motorola i1 is not the best Android phone by any means, but if you must have an Android...

14 expert reviews | 169 user reviews

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#100
alaScore 79

Motorola CLIQ XT

Motorola’s Cliq XT forgoes a keyboard of the first-generation Cliq for a smaller, lighter design...

14 expert reviews | 110 user reviews

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    About Motorola

    Motorola is an innovative company which has had some very popular phones. Motorola was the first company to make a flip phone, and their Razor phone was one of the most popular phones of its time. Currently, Motorola makes hardware for the Android and Windows Phone platforms, as well as their own proprietary phones. From the most basic feature phone to a powerful smartphones, Motorola makes great cell phones. Their phones are available on a variety of carriers, and are definitely worth looking at if you're planning on getting a new cell phone.

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