Motorola Motofone F3

Less is probably not: The motofone F3 is a real lean mobile. Not because it with 10 mm thick is very slim, but because it is good only for calls and SMS sending. For the price is small: S is the unit, such as T-mobile with the prepayment card xtra for 20 euro. Computer screen reveals what is good for the artsy.


Persistent hip flask
who intensively uses the motofone for phone calls and SMS, with a battery charge for 33 hours comes out. This is a good value. The quality of reception, however, earned less praise: In areas with low coverage may cause call drop-outs.

Screen and operation of getting
The black and white display is divided into segments instead of pixels. That seems a little like when an older calculator. Advantage: Even with direct sunlight the screen is still easy to read. The display of the F3 can however not more than six characters on
once represent. That sucks especially when longer SMS, because one must scroll continuously.

The fairly large number keys are similar to made such as that of the razr motorola bestseller: The keypad is integrated into the housing. Thin, easily folded lines separate the rows of buttons clearly noticeable. To access next to it when typing is nearly impossible.

Test conclusion: What you should know

Mobile purists will make big eyes when they behold the motofone F3, and enjoy the posh design. The device is limited to the most basic mobile phone functions: Calling and texting. A pity that motorola has not been consistently implemented this concept, because the screen is too small for SMS writing. Order this product at amazon pro long battery life sized buttons low exposure to radio beams against SMS and phone numbers on SIM card can be saved gewöhnungsbedürftige menu control display to small test note of the editorial 4,18 sufficient user rating (out of 1 reviews) conclusion
mobile purists will make big eyes when they behold the motofone F3, and enjoy the posh design. The device is limited to the most basic mobile phone functions: Calling and texting. A pity that motorola has not been consistently implemented this concept, because the screen is too small for SMS writing.

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