Other than the Defy, Motorola doesn’t really have a good Android phone in the Indian market, which is why other companies like Samsung and HTC have completely taken over, with Nokia still hanging in there of course. The company has recently launched two budget droids in the market hoping to re-capture some of the market share. Let’s take the Fire XT for a test drive and see if it’s worth your while.
On video: Motorola Fire XT
Design and Build
The Fire XT is a full touchscreen mobile phone with a decently sized 3.5-inch capacitive screen. The rounded corners and tapering edges give the phone a sleek and classy look. The fit and finish of the phone is good and the plastics used are of good quality. The power and volume rocker buttons sit plush with the chrome trim on the sides and this causes a slight problem since you can’t easily feel them with your finger without looking. The front facing camera and capacitive shortcut buttons take their usual spot on the phone as well.
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Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 1:57 pm IST
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