The kick-flip form on the MOTO Z8, without any doubt, was impressive but truly speaking the Z10 looks somewhat half-baked. The phone can be felt with a wobbling effect in the hands and not well polished also. Now Motorola has half of Symbian UIQ but what it might have done with the company, we are quite anxious about. Its 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and some video features are nice but kick-flip form needs more heat to be baked properly.
MOTO Z10 promises capturing, editing and sharing of videos and images in an easier way than any previous Motorola phone. The Z10 slider allows users to directly upload content from Google, YouTube, ShoZu and Yahoo!
Its opera 8.65 browser with zooming makes browsing fresh breeze. It has additional video support through vTap which lets users browse and view content from different sources instantly.
Besides developing videos, there is a memory card slot for 32GB memory cards, a 2.2” QVGA screen that shows video at 30 fps and several astounding media playback capabilities.Above all it’s a Symbian phone and you are rightly expecting a wide range of extra apps for download.
A 3.2-megapixel camera and autofocus are also there that promise for better images with this phone than many other Motorola phones.
With Symbian UIQ backing, the Z 10 is operateable on GSM/GPRS/EDGE and HSDPA networks. Sadly enough, no support for AT&T’s HSDPA network but the good thing is that it offers Quad-band GSM support. It has twelve hours music playback time, five hours video and five hours talk time.
With all these features and somewhat impressive! Kick-flip from the MOTO Z10 would set you back in $600.
The Z10 can be concluded as a blend of nice 3.2 megapixel camera and autofocus, Innovative Kick-flip form, latest UIQ multimedia smartphone interface, bit large size, UIQ attached frustration and no 3G support.
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