Motorola Sidekick Slide: the Next Generation Mobile

By: Samuel Herrick

The latest Motorola Sidekick Slide almost same as its predecessor with a measurement of 5.1 by 2.6 by 0.9 inches and a weight of 6.5 ounces. Of course the new Sidekick is a bit longer and heavier than its predecessors in spite of being a bit slim. The new model comes with a screen that rotates 180 degrees to reveal the keyboard underneath, no longer bulges out from the rest of the phone. The smart phone in its new version seems to be more natural during the conversation.

There is also a change in the place of the microphone and the speaker as both are now reversed in this new model Motorola Sidekick Slide. The availability of bumpers in a variety of colors has made it more attractive. The camera function existing in this is so realistic that while taking a photograph, it seems like an original camera.

The Sidekick II follows essentially the same 2.75-inch-diagonal TFT display as its predecessor model. The screen is a higher resolution on the slide, looks like the screen shot is common, but the rest of the info matches up. The attractive feature of this model is the readability of the 65,000-color screen in direct sunlight. The T-Mobile Sidekick II' have the familiar Jump and Back buttons same as its predecessor. But the latest model comes with a four-way directional control on the left side of the phone that lights up when a call or message is received.

The T-Mobile Sidekick II robust feature set is almost the same as the predecessor. Motorola Sidekick has a host of messaging applications, including email and instant messaging features. It has the ability to store 2,000 contacts along with other attractive features like a notepad, a calendar, a to-do list, 12 polyphonic ring tones, and a vibrate mode. It has a 1.3 Megapixel camera, music player, and microSD slot for added storage. The Sidekick also has a USB port, making things easier.

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