Motorola Dext, An Affordable Mid-Range Cellphone For Families On A Budget, Now Available From Bell For $79.99 With 3-Year Contract

May 14, 2010, By Intermaggio

For those of us looking for reliability and features in a package that doesn’t break the wallet, there’s the Motorola Dext, a nice mid-range handset from Motorola with some nifty features.

One of the coolest features of the Dext is MOTOBLUR- which is becoming a standard for most Motorola devices. MOTOBLUR aggregates photos, emails, videos, and other media from your friends, and makes them accessible from the home screen of the phone, which is quite handy. It’s a similar concept to FriendFeed- you get all the updates from your friends in one convenient location.

Let’s talk specs. This thing is running Android 1.5, which means you’ll see the standard software bundle on it, as well as access to the app store. The phone also has a nice 5-megapixel camera on it, so you can take pictures from your cellphone that don’t look like pictures from your cellphone. It also has WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, and a 3.5mm headphone jack, meaning you can plug standard stereo headphones in and rock out.

All in all, this touchscreen slider is a great option for folks who are looking for something in the cheaper range that will still have some solid features and a reliable track record.

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