As I stated in the beginning of this review, I had to quickly adjust my perspective of the Motorola Citrus due to its positioning and difficulties that I had with inputting text. It’s not one of the high-end devices I typically use.
The market for this device is for those people looking at their first or second smartphone, without the bells and whistles of some of the more notable Android releases. To that group, it will be a refreshing change, while giving just enough of a familiar experience to typical feature phones that it won’t seem like too large of a jump.
It isn’t a smartphone that’s meant to be pushed like the Droid Pro or the Samsung Fascinate – but it offers some similar experiences, and keeps a few dollars in your wallet while offering some similar abilities.
- Small size
- Good battery life (in most conditions)
- Durable construction
- Performance is not great
- Small screen