Motorola tried to be innovative with the BackFlip and FlipOut in the past. And now with its latest Android phone, the Charm, the company has chosen to go the way of BlackBerry looks. The Charm comes across as a great combination of a touchscreen and a QWERTY keypad. Irrespective of the smooth physical keyboard, one can easily type the on-screen keypad. Running the Android v2.1, the device comes with a customisable user interface MotoBlur that divides the homescreen into multiple panes. Configuring a Gmail account simply requires the user name and the password but for Outlook accounts manual settings would be needed. QuickOffice viewer, mySpace, Facebook, are few apps that the handset comes pre-installed with. A high resolution screen (above 320 x 240) would have made the phone ideal for multimedia viewing.
Tech Specs:2.8-inch capacitive touch display;
3.15 MP camera;
EDGE, 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi;
512 MB RAM, expandable up to 32GB;