Motorola 2010 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Motorola Articles for 2010

HTC Droid Incredible vs. Motorola Droid: Which Is the Better Option?

The Motorola Droid and the HTC Droid Incredible are both high-end Android OS-based smartphones available from Verizon. Here's a side-by-side analysis of the two similiar phones to help determine which[...]

Motorola Droid X Review

The Motorola Droid X is Verizon's new flagship smartphone thanks to features like a 4.3-inch touchscreen and 1 GHz processor. Jen Edwards brings us a review of this popular new[...]

Motorola Droid X May Already Be Replacing HTC Droid Incredible

The HTC Droid Incredible launched just a couple of months ago, but an unconfirmed report indicates that it is already on the way out. It is supposedly set to be[...]

Samsung Moment’s Android 2.1 Upgrade Now Available

Sprint has begunn offering an Android OS 2.1 upgrade for the Samsung Moment. This brings a number of enhancments to the smartphone, such as support for pinch-to-zoom and text-to-speach.

Motorola Droid Pro Review

Companies and business users who are in the market for a smartphone should consider the Motorola Droid Pro. This model runs Google's Android OS but has a design reminiscent of[...]

Motorola Cliq Getting an Upgrade to Android OS 2.1

Motorola's CEO has promised that the Motorola Cliq, a smartphone offered by T-Mobile USA, will be getting an upgrade to the latest version of Google's Android OS at some point[...]

Android OS 2.2 Upgrades for Motorola Droid X, HTC Droid Incredible Apparently Delayed

Recent unconfirmed reports indicated that the Motorola Droid X and the HTC Droid Incredible would get simultaneous upgrades to the latest version of Google's Android OS a week from today,[...]

Motorola Droid Shadow May Have a Larger Screen than First Thought

Early reports of a smartphone supposedly headed for Verizon Wireless indicated that the Motorola Droid Shadow will have a 4.1-inch display. New images of this device with other recent models[...]

Motorola Droid 2 Might Be Released by Verizon in July

The Motorola Droid has been a success for Verizon, but it's now 7 months old and a replacement may be in the offing. This will supposedly have much in common[...]

Motorola Backflip Review

The Motorola Backflip is an inexpensive smartphone with an unusual reverse-flip keyboard with an HVGA touchscreen and an large trackpad. Brighthand.com Correspondent Jen Edwards reviewed AT&T's only Android OS-based device.

Motorola Droid 2 Review

The Motorola Droid 2 is Verizon's replacement for the very popular original Droid. It has much in common with its predecessor, including a large touchscreen and sliding keyboard, but reviewer[...]

Motorola Defy Review

T-Mobile's Motorola Defy is a mid-range model running Google's Android OS. This smartphone has been designed to survive in day-to-day life, as it is water and scratch resistant as well[...]

Several Big Smartphone Announcements Expected at CES This Week

The Consumer Electronics Show -- the 500 pound. gorilla of tradeshows -- is kicking off later this week. A number of companies will be using this event to unveil new[...]

iPhone 4: ”Most Reliable” but Also Most Accident-Prone Smartphone

Apple's iPhone 4 is the most reliable of all major smartphones in normal use, yet it's also the phone most likely to break when dropped by a user, according to[...]

Motorola Backflip Preview

The Motorola Backflip is no longer a rumor, and Brighthand's Site Editor was there for the official unveiling. He brings us a video preview of this upcoming smartphone, which will[...]

Motorola Defy First-Look Review

The Motorola Defy is a mid-range model running Google's Android OS. This smartphone has been designed to survive in day-to-day life, as it is water and scratch resistant as well[...]

Google Will Free Android OS Users from Limit on Number of Apps Installed

Currently, Android OS-based smartphones can only run software from a small partition of their internal memory, which severely restricts the number of apps that can be installed. Google intends to[...]

Motorola Droid’s Second Android OS 2.2 Upgrade To Bring Adobe Flash Support (Updated)

According to Motorola, the Android OS 2.2 upgrade that is going out now for the original Motorola Droid does not include support for Adobe Flash. This will be added in[...]

Verizon Starts Trade-In Program for Used Cell Phones

Verizon has started a new program aimed at letting customers dispose of a phone in an environmentally sound way while also benefiting community programs and giving credit toward a new[...]

Motorola Droid X vs. HTC EVO 4G: Which Is Better?

The Motorola Droid X the HTC EVO 4G are a pair of recently-released Android OS smartphones that have much in common, including very large displays and fast processors. So the[...]