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Motorola Bali

Motorola Bali
alaScore 79

7 reviews

Sep, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Motorola Bali is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Motorola Bali (Boost Mobile)

 

The latest Motorola handset to join the Boost Mobile family is the Motorola Bali, which is not unlike most other Motorola phones with its design. In fact, its thin profile and flat controls remind us a lot of a certain other famous Motorola handset:...

The Motorola Bali is a slim and lightweight phone with external player controls. It has a music player, a 1.3-megapixel camera, GPS, stereo Bluetooth, and great call quality

The Motorola Bali has a very flat keypad, the display is lackluster, and the picture quality is not good

The Motorola Bali is no chart-topper, but it does make for a decent midrange phone for Boost Mobile customers.

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Motorola Bali (Boost Mobile)

 

When flipped shut, the exterior of the phone is home to a number of touch-sensitive keys. There are buttons to control the music player, including Previous/Rewind, Play/Pause, and Next/Fast Forward. You also get Mute and Bluetooth keys. To use these...

Very good call quality. External control pad. Decent Web access

Poor camera and music player. Frustrating keypad. Nonstandard headphone jack

The Motorola Bali is a very good voice phone, but a weak multimedia feature set means there are as-good or better choices on Boost Mobile.

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Motorola Bali Review

 

The Motorola Bali stands out as a respectable mobile device for Boost Mobile users with its basic features and slim design. Even though it is not the best, the Bali is undoubtedly a very good mobile phone with its immense call quality.

The Motorola Bali might not stand out as the best mid-range phone, but it is a respectable communication device for Boost Mobile users. Priced at $149.99, the Bali can be a bit hard to swallow, but being a contract-free phone makes it easy to digest....

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Decent phone from Boost

 

This is an okay phone but I think I should have gotten the SANYO Mirro instead. Its kind of expensive for what you get - but pre paid phones tend to be on the expensive side. Strangely this phone seems like a step down from the Motorola phones of 4...

Coming from a Motorola RZR (Verizon) i just wanted a basic phone. I bought this phone more for the cheap price of the plan ($50 unlimited with Boost) than for the phone. Basic feature set - Bluetooth, MP3 player, etc. Gmail email works well

Display looks low resoution. Bluetooth pairing doesnt always happen automatically. The phone is kind of clunky compared to my old RZR. Boosts network is not as good as Verizon . Web browser is slow. Audio jack is non standard

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Decent phone from Boost

 

This is an okay phone but I think I should have gotten the SANYO Mirro instead. Its kind of expensive for what you get - but pre paid phones tend to be on the expensive side. Strangely this phone seems like a step down from the Motorola phones of 4 ......

Coming from a Motorola RZR (Verizon) i just wanted a basic phone. I bought this phone more for the cheap price of the plan ($50 unlimited with Boost) than for the phone. Basic feature set - Bluetooth, MP3 player, etc. Gmail email works well

Display looks low resoution. Bluetooth pairing doesnt always happen automatically. The phone is kind of clunky compared to my old RZR. Boosts network is not as good as Verizon . Web browser is slow. Audio jack is non standard

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Motorola Bali (Boost Mobile)

 

This is an okay phone but I think I should have gotten the SANYO Mirro instead. Its kind of expensive for what you get - but pre paid phones tend to be on the expensive side. Strangely this phone seems like a step down from the Motorola phones of 4...

Coming from a Motorola RZR (Verizon) i just wanted a basic phone. I bought this phone more for the cheap price of the plan ($50 unlimited with Boost) than for the phone. Basic feature set - Bluetooth, MP3 player, etc. Gmail email works well

Display looks low resoution. Bluetooth pairing doesnt always happen automatically. The phone is kind of clunky compared to my old RZR. Boosts network is not as good as Verizon . Web browser is slow. Audio jack is non standard

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Motorola Bali

 

Nice phone but does not ring long, if I am not right there it goes to voice mail. Also speaker is not loud enough.

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