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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  1. 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.

  2. That’s not detailed.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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!!!!

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