Motorola has recently announced the new Fire and Fire XT Android smartphones. The Fire XT is the more expensive touch phone, while the Fire is the cheaper of the two and is of the touch and type variety. The number of phones launching with touch and type functionality is on the rise. But is the Fire worthy enough to warrant a buy? Read on to find out.
Poor build quality
Volume rocker and camera button are on the right
Keys have no space in between them
Extremely low res display
Updated 21 May, 2013, 8:08 pm IST
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