Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Motorola E815 Review

Americans love clamshells. Nokia and Sony Ericsson have dabbled in folding design, but are far better known for block form factors; often struggling with the trade-off between keeping the size small while fitting a large screen. For the majority of flip phone enthusiasts, many converted in the late 90s with the introduction of the StarTac, there's no substitute for a Motorola clamshell.

The latest Motorola device is the E815. Releasing its predecessor - the Motorola V710 - last year, anxious fans gave it mixed reviews. Unfortunately, its wonderful design and robust multimedia features were overshadowed by the crippled connectivity features.

As the latest Verizon Wireless release, the E815 relies on functionality and features, strong imaging and audio capabilities, and its broadband EV-DO high-speed transfer rates, hoping to win over the consumer market yet again.

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