Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Motorola Wilder: Outdoor mobile phone with basic functions

The representation of a 2.8-inch touchscreen display with 240x320 pixels does. Motorola also integrated in the lower right corner is a mini-display. It informs you about incoming messages, battery status and network connection. The two-megapixel camera, including six times digital zoom to capture snapshots - high quality but they are not.

Browsing works only with the slow EDGE standard - and waived on Motorola. On board the dual band phones are a calculator, calendar, media player, radio, alarm clock, e-mail service, and browser - can not install more apps. Via microSD card and you upgrade to the Wild to a maximum of 32 gigabytes of memory.

According to the manufacturer creates the 910-milliamp battery with a standby time of up to 255 hours or up to 575 minutes talk time. The real highlight is the case. It is resistant to shocks, water splashes and dust - ideal for athletic activities or work, or even approaching it in the once dirty.

The Wilder measures 10.5 x4, 8x1, 3 inches and weighs approximately 92 grams

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