10 Motorola Phones That Have Strange And Unusual Designs!
Like other companies, Motorola also has strange phones that are worth seeing. Motorola can be considered the first company to introduce the first commercial mobile to the world, but today Motorola is not what it was before. Google bought its mobile division in 2012, and now Lenovo will buy it. Lenovo’s purchase of Motorola can make the company’s progress in the field of smartphones even more.
With all that said, this article will not talk about Motorola’s future. In this article, you will learn 10 of the strangest Motorola products that once had a come-and-go.
The V100, also known as the V.box, looks more like a toy with a QWERTY keyboard attached to it, with its transparent plastic. This phone has a diameter of 25 mm when closed. An internal monochrome screen with a resolution of 126 x 64 pixels and a 600 mAh battery are also among its other features. This phone was launched 14 years ago in 2000. Morola
The V70 was introduced to the world in 2002 and captivated users with its iconic design. This phone has a rotating mechanism; when it was closed, its keyboard was hidden. A black screen with white text with a resolution of 96 x 64 pixels was installed on it. Motorola sold this phone in the US under AT&T and T-Mobile operators.
This phone was introduced in 2003 and was one of Motorola’s Symbian UIQ-based phones. It was big, weighed 210 grams, and had a lot of exciting features for its time. A screen of 320 x 280 pixels, a pen, support for 3G, GPS and two cameras made this phone one of the most popular of that time.
Motorola MOTOJEWEL Old style
As the name suggests, this phone was made to look like a piece of jewellery. It had a clamshell construction with 3D crystal cutouts that set it apart from other flip phones but not necessarily superior. The specifications were not very interesting, and it had a 2-inch QVGA internal screen and an external OLED screen with a resolution of 128×160 pixels and touch buttons for music. This phone was launched in late 2008.
Motorola Aura (Old phone models)
Aura was an all-steel luxury phone that was introduced to the world in 2008. Aura was the first phone with a round screen (1.55 inches and 480 pixels in diameter). Among its other features are a 2-megapixel camera and 2 GB of internal memory. Aura was sold for 2000 dollars and was unaffordable for ordinary users. Perhaps it was the circular screen of this phone that inspired the Moto 360 smartwatch.
Motorola Ming series
Motorola’s Ming series consisted of smartphones made for the Chinese market and released between 2005 and 2011. The first model was based on Linux, and the last was made for Android. The design of this series was unique and had touch screens with a transparent folding cover.
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Motorola Clutch i465
Most people probably agree that the Clutch i465 is an ugly phone. Of course, this phone is rugged, and you shouldn’t expect beauty from it. The handset debuted in 2009 and was the first iDEN phone to feature a full QWERTY keyboard. For this phone, a prominent 1.8-inch screen with a resolution of 120 x 160 pixels and three shortcut buttons on the right side, Bluetooth and a VGA camera were considered.
The Flipout was similar to Nokia’s Twist, and it’s clear that Motorola was inspired by the Twist, as it was launched just a year after Nokia’s Twist in 2010. The FLIPOUT was equipped with a 2.8-inch QVBGA touchscreen that hid its QWERTY keyboard. A 3-megapixel camera and Android 2.1 were among its other features.
Motorola MILESTONE XT720
The Motorola MILESTONE XT720 is one of the strangest all-touch smartphones ever made, and its unusualness comes from its asymmetric structure and design. The lower and right part of the phone has a protrusion that is the camera shutter position and three capacitive buttons that are installed to change photo, video and gallery modes. Equipped with Android 2.1, the XT720 has a 3.7-inch screen with a resolution of 480 x 854 pixels, and in 2010 it was the first Android phone to come with Xenon flash and an 8-megapixel camera.
The Wilder is Motorola’s latest quirky phone which was introduced in 2011. The phone came with splash and dust resistance and had a 2.8-inch QVGA display, with a monochrome OLED underneath that was used for notifications and had a resolution of 96 x 16 pixels. Unlike many of Motorola’s touchscreen handsets introduced in recent years, the WILDER wasn’t a smartphone. Motorola phones models