Motorola Gleam+ Review
Gadget Reviews – The Motorola Gleam+ is now available to purchase since its product release on April 04, 2012. The Motorola Gleam+ is back to the people who demand a small and light feature phone that focus only on its functionality rather than complicated feature that most of the smartphones have today. The Motorola Gleam+ appears in a flip design featuring a full HTML Browser. It also comes 0.4mm thinner than its predecessor.
Motorola Gleam+ Specs and Features
At the first glance, the Motorola Gleam+ has a classic flip phone design. It’s easy and light enough to carry in the pocket since its weight is just 105g. When you open the lid, you will find a small 2.8-inch screen resulting 400 x 240 pixels of image resolution. Also, there is reveal a large old-fashioned numberpad with its easy-to-press keys. When the Motorola Gleam+’s lid is closed, it remains a little lip at the bottom side, revealing the Motorola logo.
Motorola Gleam+ Review
On the front side, the Motorola Gleam+ has white lights panel with 16 lights tall and nine lights wide. A notification indicated by the arrows animation with an envelope-like graphic and a number tell you that you have just had unread messages.
This very basic handset Motorola Gleam+ comes into the market with no support to GPS, Wi-Fi, or 3G, though there is only limited connectivity to GSM and GPRS. The keyboard keys on its interior are large yet responsive.
The Motorola Gleam+ owns a 2-megapixel camera that is docked on the flip lid that becomes the back of the device when the flip lid is opened. Indeed, it’s a very basic camera with no flash support while the camera shooting options meets its very limitation. The camera features a night scene mode, two-and-five-shot continuous modes, and 10 and 15 second timers. The balance setting remains incandescent, cloudy, and fluorescent. You can use the Motorola Gleam+’s camera to shoot images with effects of color invert, sepia blue, sepia green, grey, and sepia.
What the interesting about the simple Motorola Gleam+ is the battery life. The 750mAh battery that is provided powers the Motorola Gleam+ for up to two days before the battery demand the next charge while Motorola promises up to 4 hrs 49 mins of talk time. The long battery life might be resulted from the non-big processor and small screen that the Motorola Gleam+ has.
Motorola Gleam+ Pros and Cons
- Small for the pocket
- General specifications aren’t great,
- a solid keyboard
- Old-fashioned flip phone
- a small screen
- No Wi-Fi & 3G
Motorola Gleam Price
Price : $225.00
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