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Motorola was once the leader in global feature phone market with its famous Razr line of flip cellphones. Motorola has now ventured into the smartphone space again with its Razr brand name. At present, you could get very less number of feature phones with flip form factor and the possibility of getting a latest Motorola flip phone is still lesser. The best Motorola flip phones are attractive, sleek-looking and are affordable at very cheap prices.

Some of the best older flip phones from Motorola running on GSM and CDMA networks have been listed below which are available from various carriers and some some of them are unlocked too.

Features:
Apart from a few of the older flip models running the basic Gingerbread version of Android operating system, most of the Motorola flip cellphones run on the proprietary operating systems. Some of the top rated Motorola devices in the listing have rugged construction and are certified for for immersion in water, blowing rain, dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, low pressure, salt fog, humidity and solar radiation.

Since these Motorola phones are built for usage with the help least resources, the phones grant you pretty good battery life. The camera resolutions vary between VGA and over 2 Megapixel and the phones have very little internal storage memory to store the photos and music files. Added, the phones support memory expandability via microSD.

All of the best Motorola flip phones which are currently not being manufactured are still available on online stores. We have aggregated expert reviews for all those products and showing you this list of top rated Motorola cellphones.

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Motorola GLEAM

Motorola GLEAM


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Motorola GLEAM
Motorola Rambler
Motorola VU204
Motorola MOTO EM330
Motorola Tundra VA76r
Motorola GLEAM
Motorola Rambler
Motorola VU204 Cell Phone
Motorola MOTO EM330 Black Cell Phone
Motorola Tundra VA76r Black Cell Phone
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Release Date
Jun 2011
Oct 2010
Jan 2010
Mar 2009
Jan 2009
Style
Flip
Flip
Clamshell, Flip
Clamshell, Flip
Clamshell, Flip
Digital Camera Resolution
2.0 MP
1.3 MP
1.3 MP
2.0 MP
Screen Size(Diagonal)
2.4 inch
2.2 inch
1.8 inch
2.0 inch
2.2 inch
Operating System
Android
Proprietary

  • The whole point of more basic feature phones is a 'no fuss' solution. The Gleam fails to achieve this goal.


  • The Motorola Gleam is a stylish feature phone with a flip design and an easy to use proprietary operating system. If you're looking for a phone that just does the basics, you should definitely check it out.


  • Motorola is bringing back the flip phone with the Gleam. It does what it sets out to do at a reasonably cheap price.


  • We like the Motorola Rambler's overall functionality, but we do wish it had a more ergonomic design.

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    The Rambler is a good basic choice for anyone looking to take advantage of Boost Mobile's delicious $50-per-month unlimited talk, text, and Web plans.


  • The Motorola Rambler gets a good score in terms of user friendliness. The keyboard is soft and easy to use, so users should have no problems at all in texting and dialing phone numbers. The multimedia features are pretty basic, with the 1.3 megapixel camera failing to deliver the goods. But the Rambler does not have a high price tag, so it is quite understandable. The design can be quite uncomfortable especially for a new user, but you would get the feel of it, so to speak, over time.


  • The Motorola VU204 is an easy-to-use cell phone with a simple design and good call quality. It offers a few extra features, as well.


  • The Motorola VU204 is a very good voice phone, if you can get past its squishy, toylike design.


  • The Motorola VU-204 is targeted at those who want a taste of all the standard features of a well-to-do smartphone, but cannot afford the intricacies involved. Engulfing every such feature in its chubby body, the Motorola VU204 is sure to appeal to entry-level users. So, if you can deal with the slow response of the Bluetooth and afford to handle the battery cover every now and then, then a sum of $29.99 isnâ??t too big.


  • - It's easy to store photos on memory cards, since the setting is in the top menu level in camera mode.
    - Speakerphone quality was clear but not loud enough to use outside.
    - All of the keys had a positive click and felt great: It was a cinch to dial numbers and navigate the various menus.


  • - Icons in the main menu are barely legible, though the general ease of use of the device is commendable.


  • - Performance
    The music shortcut button on the phone's keypad was helpful in getting us to the music quickly.


  • - Call quality was satisfying, and the Tundra offers the benefits of 3G and multimedia features.
    - All controls are spacious and are covered in a tactile rubber surface.
    - The keypad is equally well-designed with large buttons, sizeable text, and bright backlighting.
    - Voices sounded natural, the audio was loud and clear, and we had no static or interference.
    - The Tundra's HSDPA connection remained pretty strong for downloads and Web browsing.


  • - The Tundra's media options are so-so, however.
    - It offers ruggedness similar to the Tundra's, but it doesn't sound nearly as good on voice calls.
    - The military-spec-certified Tundra is resistant to dust, rain, humidity, vibration, and extreme temperatures.
    - The menu system is straightforward and easy to decipher.

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    - Excellent sound quality and volume. 3G worldphone connectivity.


Top 5 motorola flip phone:

  1. Motorola GLEAM
  2. Motorola Rambler
  3. Motorola VU204 Cell Phone
  4. Motorola MOTO EM330 Black Cell Phone
  5. Motorola Tundra VA76r Black Cell Phone