In summary, I have finally met some of the “smallest” phones. And they’re just amazingly cute and awesome. They all have their unique abilities and unique cuteness.
My hand is about 7 inches. And you can tell now how small they are. The best of them would be my Sony Xperia ST15i (white phone there) because boasts high specs compared to the other ones with it in the picture. The Nokia X5 and Motorola Flipout are also handy and internet capable so they’re also neat. I love these phones! 🙂
Remember, I just recently posted about wanting Motorola Flipout? Well I was able to get it, thanks to someone here in the World Wide Web who’s really generous.
Motorola Flipout MB511
Sorry if the picture isn’t detailed, I copied this from my Instagram account. It’s with my mom now as I gave it to her as a late gift. But I was to give it a little test.
First off, this phone runs on an Android OS which is pretty outdated but for the phone it fits. It only has a memory of 128 mb so typically this phone is good for the following purposes:
I also installed Skype and Yahoo! Messenger as my mom requested for it and so far right now, she has about 57 mb left. I dare not root since I’m not the one who’s going to use it in the long run.
Overall, it’s a phone that’s for those who just need a phone on a go because of the useful internet functions. If you’re after a ton of applications or games it’s something that wouldn’t fit well for you.
This is also ideal for kids who want to be somehow “techy”. They’ll really love it as it is also cute (believe me, I bought it for its cuteness most of all)
It also impresses me that Motorola is also doing great in the Android field. I had a phone from them once and really had a hard time, I hope it doesn’t happen to me again. I did notice this phone restarts every now and then but everything is perfect other than that.
You can buy this phone very cheap and affordable at Amazon, it’s where I bought mine(mom’s now)
This isn’t a brand new smartphone but it really got my attention for one:
- It’s small (about the size of my Nokia X5, only smaller I think – 2 cm)
- It’s an Android Phone with 600 Mhz cpu, only the version is pretty late – Eclair)
However, I don’t think it’s still available in our country. Although I’m planning to get it for my mom (hopefully) through Amazon.
Motorola Flipout Specs
Based on it’s specs, it’s ideal for those who aren’t really much of the techie side and the gaming. With it’s processor, it won’t be able to handle much really, for simple browsing, emails and basic applications though it would do. It also has an FM radio! Wow. It isn’t pretty bad actually with this cute appearance it has.