This mid-range smartphone running on a reasonable fast processor with a QWERTY keyboard for easy texting has a 2.3 inch TFT capacitive touchscreen with decent resolution. It fits into the hand quite well and comfortable to hold being lighter than most smartphones, weighing 110g.
Listening to music is truly enjoyable on this handset which features a 3.5mm Jack for earphone connection and a loudspeaker. The Motorola Fire also supports the microSD card slot up to 32GB which allows users to store their music, videos and pictures on the device.
The handset also features a 3.15 megapixel camera and video for capturing those priceless moments. Having the functions of Bluetooth, GPRS, Wi-Fi and 3G, the Motorola Fire doesn't fall short of connectivity options. Browsing the internet and sending emails is relatively fast. This is also possibly due to the fact that the smartphone runs on Google's Android Gingerbread OS which scored a 93/100 on the Acid3 Test in regards to web browsing.
Having a standard Li-Ion battery, the handset can give users up to 8 hours talk time on 3G and standby time of up to 720 hours._