Motorola MOTOKEY Mini EX108 (Unlocked Quadband) GSM Cell Phone
The Motorola MOTOKEY Mini EX108 was released in the month of June, 2011. The device was released with a Touchscreen, and also had full QWERTY keyboard support for an easier typing experience. The phone was a low-budget device, with a Java based operating system, so it could not multi-task like the other smartphones. The phone can be used for basic internet browsing, calling, sending/receiving SMS, listening to radio etc.
Software & Hardware
The phone mainly ran on a Java-based operating system. The device is packed with a Li-ion 750 mAh battery, which can last an entire day, with moderate usage of internet, calling etc. The Motorola MOTOKEY Mini EX108 consists of 50 MB of internal storage. The storage is expandable via the use of an external MicroSD card for storing multimedia items such as images, videos, audios etc.
Design & Display
The screen size of the Motorola MOTOKEY Mini EX108 is 2.0-Inches and is a TFT capacitive display, with a resolution of 220 x 176 pixels, with a pixel per inch (ppi) density of 141. The phone supports a touchscreen along with a full QWERTY Keyboard. The dimensions of the unlocked cellphone are 102 x 59.5 x 12.8 mm, with a weight of 87 grams.
The phone features an 2 Megapixel rear-facing camera, which is capable of capturing decent photographs, at a resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. The unlocked cellphone is capable of recording standard videos at 14 fps. There is no secondary front-facing camera provided in the device.
- Motorola MOTOKEY Mini EX108 (Unlocked Quadband) GSM Cell Phone
- User Manual
- USB Cable