Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Motorola Quench

alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the portability and usability. The design and camera also get good views. Many are critical about the GPS navigation and screen, while opinions are divided on the responsiveness.

value for money, camera, design, usability, portability

screen, GPS navigation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Motorola Quench is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

See all Motorola Cell Phones

Review analysis

(Based on 22 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Showing 14 review(s)

Expert Reviews User Reviews
Showing 1 - 10 of 14 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (7)

Expert review by:

Motorola QUENCH

 

One of the main features of the QUENCH and its related handsets is the integration into the MOTOBLUR service, which makes social networking simpler and allows for seamless data synchronisation between devices and locations. MOTOBLUR is really aimed at...

Expert review by:

Motorola Quench review

 

The Motorola Quench mobile phone offers all the features and benefits of the Google Android operating system and Motorola's MotoBlur software.

Though MotoBlur's limitations are still evident in this smartphone, the Motorola Quench possesses a better design than similar handsets. This Google Android handset has some nifty integrated features and it represents excellent value at this price.

Expert review by:

Motorola Quench

 

The Motorola Quench is a solid smartphone and represents excellent value for those who want to do more on their phone without finding themselves out of pocket.

Great handset design ; Excellent price for Android ; Good music player ; Great web experience

MotoBlur needs refinement ; Dreadful camera ; No significant storage

ADVERTISEMENT

Expert review by:

Motorola Quench review

 

The Motorola Backflip was a flop. Does Moto make it right with the Motorola Quench?

Revamped media player with well-integrated community and discovery features; 5-megapixel camera takes excellent pictures; great call quality; 3G and Wi-Fi; HTML Webkit browser with Flash Lite and multitouch support

Runs Android 1.5; small screen; occasional sluggishness; pinch-to-zoom gesture doesn't work in Google Maps

The Motorola Quench is a nice alternative to the original Dext, offering a sleeker design and enhanced multimedia capabilities.

Expert review by:

Motorola Quench Android smartphone review

 

Though MotoBlur's limitations are still evident in this smartphone, the Quench possesses a better design than some existing smartphones, some nifty included features, and represents excellent value at this price.

Excellent build quality and design ; MotoBlur service ; Great value for money ; Swype integration with keyboard

Keyboard is small in portrait orientation ; MotoBlur quickly becomes overwhelming ; Keys require a firm press

Though MotoBlur's limitations are still evident in this smartphone, the Motorola Quench possesses a better design than similar handsets. This Google Android handset has some nifty integrated features and it represents excellent value at this price.

Expert review by:

Motorola Quench

 

The Motorola Quench is a solid smartphone and represents excellent value for those who want to do more on their phone without finding themselves out of pocket.

Great handset design ; Excellent price for Android ; Good music player ; Great web experience

MotoBlur needs refinement ; Dreadful camera ; No significant storage

Often times, the cheapest phones in the range are the least desirable, but not so with the MotoBlur trio. Compared with the BackFlip and the Dext, the Quench offers a comparable user experience at a lower per month cost. But it's not just about the...

Expert review by:

Motorola Quench, surprisingly good for an entry-level

 

Motorola proves that “entry-level” doesn't always mean “junk”

It’s one of the slowest of the bunch in terms of launching apps and rendering web pages, but the general menus don’t feel sluggish. The 3.1in display is barely big enough to type on, but Motorola has pre-installed Swype – which lets you drag your...

Consumer review by:

Motorola Quench

 

now latest android 2.3 is available for updating your rooted motorola xt5 from CyanogenMod 7

updated to android 2.3

camera not good

Consumer review by:

Motorola Quench

 

Suddenly started to be extremely slow, then started rebooting randomly, sometimes just turning off randomly. Randomly erases all my data, does a factory reset.

Consumer review by:

Motorola Quench

 

I'm having problems when I'm in a kind a bad signal area. The other cell I use works properly, but the quench does not.

Design, apps and price

Bad signal

1
2
ADVERTISEMENT
Find the right phone for you Let our interactive guide help you! >>
ADVERTISEMENT