Test Freaks Review Of Motorola Bravo

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Motorola Bravo Android PhoneThe big holiday season is almost here and mobile phone providers aren’t going to be left behind all the interesting sales going on in stores and online. What are so great about this holiday season are the cool gizmos that we can now afford to buy. Since retail stores are each launching their own special sales, there are mobile phone providers who are doing their bit too. AT&T is offering several interesting deals on its Android-based smartphones while T-Mobile too is getting on with its Christmas sales.

One such phone on sale now is Motorola’s Bravo, which is an Android-based phone that was first unveiled at this year’s CTIA. Back then, there were a lot of expectations riding on this phone and it’s fair to say that since its release, no complaints have been received. Launched by AT&T, the Motorola Bravo is equipped with several features from its network provider including free access to AT&T nationwide hotspots from the phone’s WiFi feature. Aside from WiFi, the phone features HSPA, Bluetooth and GPS. The phone has up to six hours of battery life on talk time and up to 384 hours of standby time. The phone features one-touch access to several popular Google mobile services such Google Search by Voice, YouTube and Picasa.

The Motorola Bravo smartphone is packed with interesting features including a nice 3.7-inch touchscreen display and a moderate 3-megapixel camera. Powered by an 800MHz CPU, this phone runs on Android 2.1 and comes with MOTOBLUR UI, which allows easy access to social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. There are Motorola Bravo reviews that will help decide on whether the phone is right for you. Looking for the best deal on the Motorola Bravo smartphone is not a worry with popular sites at your service to help you with this. The Motorola Bravo is currently available with a rechargeable battery, a charger, a USB cable, a 2GB microSD memory card and a quick start guide.
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