Motorola w408g Review
I haven’t had time yet to get out and buy the Motorola w408g, but I thought I’d take a look at all the info I could find and put together a little “Motorola w408g Review Preview.” Below is what I know now about this model, and I’ll update this page with links to my full review as I publish it (AFTER I get the phone, haha).
This is a GSM model, and it’s worth pointing out that neither Net10 nor TracFone has had a Motorola CDMA handset for a long time. This one appears to be very similar in features to the Motorola EM326g, which was released in June 2009
Here’s a list of some of the important features:
- 1.3 MP Camera
- Video Recorder
- FM Radio
- MP3 Player
- Handsfree Speaker
The one thing that really sticks out there is the Video Recorder – that’s the only feature that I’ve noted that was not available on the em326g. Other than that, so far it looks like the Motorola w408g could be just a flip-phone version of the 326.
I’m hoping that this new model shares the excellent audio quality of the em326g. However, that one was a little disappointing in reception, falling short of the Motorola w376/77g. So in terms of reception, I’m hoping for something more along the lines of those older flip phones.
The only way to find out, though, is to actually use the phone. I will do so soon, and publish my findings in a proper Motorola w408g review.