Motorola Fire XT – A Review!

September 29, 2011 by TD Staff · Leave a Comment 

Motorola Fire XT with WLAN was launched in India with huge hype, with target consumers taking notice of the product from the beginning. And that was natural. Compatibility with both 2G and 3G, Gingerbread operating system, powerful hardware mechanism (800 MHz processor, Adreno 200 GPU and Qualcomm MSM7227T-1 chipset) and high quality connectivity (Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DPand EDR, and Wi-Fi, etc.) are some of the features that generated market interest from the very beginning.

But is it only praise for the phone, or does it have at least some rooms for improvements?

The review seeks to explore that question by taking a neutral look at the handset, and tries to identify the strong and weak points (if any) of the gadget.

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  • A dimension of 114 x 62 x 12 mm and a weight of 114 g make sure about that the handset is not that bulky and is easy to handle and carry.


  • A catchy 3.5 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen provides the handset with an attractive display, which makes it appealing.
  • The display boasts a resolution of 320 x 480, which provides a clear view.

Operating system

  • Given the fact that it is equipped with high powered operating system Android version 2.3.4 (Gingerbread), Motorola Fire XT is able to deliver a quality operation that adds to its market appeal.


  • The handset boasts powerful hardware mechanism, comprising 800 MHz processor, Adreno 200 GPU and Qualcomm MSM7227T-1 chipset. It is also blessed with 512 MB of RAM. All this ensures that the handset enjoys a great power, speed and responsiveness, thus ensuring that everything enjoys a comfortable run on the device.

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