Size and Design:
Motorola has maintained a sleek and slim design even with the half and half QWERTY keyboard which is the best part of this new dual SIM phone. The phone is just 60mm wide and 12.8 mm thick. To go with the compactness the phone weighs only 87g.
It features a decent 2.4 inch QVGA TFT capacitive touchscreen with resolution of 176 x 220 pixels. The colors are nice and crisp and the display is quiet bright. A touchscreen to go with a QWERTY keyboard at an extremely affordable price is surely going to attract a lot of buyers.
It features a 3MP camera with digital zoom but lack auto focus and LED flash. Having an LED flash would have been a great advantage with a 3MP camera even with no auto focus support; however it is able to record MPEG4 video at 14fps.
The phone features 50MB of internal memory and also has a memory card slot for micro SD card support up to 32GB.
The phone offers decent connectivity features with EDGE Class 10, Bluetooth v 2.1 +EDR, Wi-Fi and high speed USB 2.0 support.
It features standard 750mAH battery that is capable of providing up to 500min of continuous talk time and up to 680h of Standby time.
The phone offers excellent entertainment features with social networking applications included and a decent music and video player. It supports 3.5mm headset jack. The video playback is supported up to 14fps and supports audio formats like MP3, MPEG-4, AAC, MIDI, and AAC+ .With dual SIM capability at price as low as Rs.5,500 this Motorola phone can really grab a decent market share.