Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Motorola MPx Review

The front features an external color display for viewing basic information and network status. Situated below three function buttons allow users to accomplish simple tasks such as selecting profiles, rejecting incoming calls, and navigating the menu. When listening to MP3 music, the buttons function as Previous, Play / Stop, and Back keys.

A lens to the built-in 1.2-megapixel camera lies on the bottom right corner of the front panel, able to capture high-resolution images at up to 1280 x 960 px. For low-light conditions, a flash is included above the lens. Lastly, a speaker grill is situated on the bottom left, used when listening to audio media.

Along the left side, a power jack is placed for charging the MPx. Additionally a SIM card slot provides convenient exchange between GSM carrier accounts, while a CE bus (USB) connector allows wired connectivity with a PC.

On the right side, a LED signals charging level, RF events, and notification alerts by flashing combinations of red, green, blue, amber, magenta, and cyan. A SD / MMC card slot is included for when the MPx's internal memory runs out. And in case the OS locks up, a stylus-sized pinhole Reset button allows users to perform a soft reset.

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