Detailed Specs for the Motorola Charm


Not charmed with the Motorola Charm just yet? Maybe a look at the specs in detail will do a little to change your mind about this mid-range phone with full QWERTY keyboard. For all intents and purposes, the Charm sits nicely in with other phones in its range, but certain specs like a 600MHz Cortex-A8 based Texas Instrument OMAP 3410 with PowerVR SGX graphics and 512MB RAM easily sift this one to the top of its contemporaries. Here is a little bit more of what you can expect:

  • WCDMA 1700/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 3.6 Mbps (Category 5/6), EDGE Class 12, GPRS Class 12
  • Android 2.1 with Motoblur and Flash Lite browsing
  • 3 Megapixel fixed focus camera with digital zoom
  • Video playback and capture at 24 fps (supported playback codecs: AAC, H.264, MP3, MPEG-4, WMA9, ACC+ Enhanced, WMV v9, AMR NB, AAC+)
  • 1170 mAh battery (WDCMA standby 334 hours, GSM standby 267 hours)
  • Support for Exchange, Gmail, IMAP, and POP3 email
  • Bluetooth 2.0 + ERD (A2DP, AVRCP, BPP, HID, HSP, OPP, PAN)
  • Wi-Fi (b/g/n)
  • GPS
  • 2GB micro-SD card included (support for up to a 32 GB card)
  • 2.8″ TFT touchscreen display with Gorilla Glass
  • Accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensors
  • Size: 67.2 x 98.4 x 11.4 mm
  • Weight: 110 grams

[Motorola via TalkAndroid]

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  • JaylanPHNX

    I wish I could rip one open and stick its cortex-A8 processor in my Cliq XT. Instead, I’ll just save up for a Vibrant.

  • nameless

    That’s not detailed.

  • KC

    i didnt think i would care for a phone having the blackberry style outlay but man, it has better specs then my OG G1… sigh….. i’ll be patiently waiting for the project Emerald.

  • Aaron

    Do not buy motorola phones with motoblur. Motorola has proven they will not deliver timely updates, especially if your carrier’s name does not start with V. Do yourself a favor and stick with stock Android on HTC.

  • aap

    What about screen resolution? Other supports say QVGA which would mean 320×240. That’s probably the only spec here I couldn’t live with… don’t want to take a step down from my Palm’s 320×320. Form factor is right though.

  • Alex

    Aaron, HTC phones for the most part do not use stock android, so I have no idea what you are talking about.

    Back to topic: I would never think I would like the looks of this phone, but I do! I think it will be good for people transferring over form blackberry of winmo. I personally would never get one (want Droid X) but for people who like this kind of form factor, I think this phone is a real win.

  • anthony

    I real like this phone. I am using a crackberry 8330 right now and I am so tired of it I don’t think blackberry has anthing going for them now a days personal saying the phones that are hot right now is the iphone and anything running android these days. My service provider is MetroPCS and I have bine thinking about leaving them and going to T-moble and if I do the Motorola Charm is the phone I am getting!!!!