You can also watch video with this mobile and to prove it you get the ”Bourne Trilogy” on a 1GB microSD card. Sorry Moto, but I still find the idea of watching a full movie on a mobile phone unexciting. Even a screen as nice as the 2.2-inch, 320 x 240, 16 million colours one here.
When it comes to stills the 3.2-megapixel camera is quite good. With autofocus and a flash (it doubles as a torch), the camera did a fairly neat job on test.
The coloured dish photographed under normal household lighting has good colour reproduction and is clear and sharp. The chair’s detail is well reproduced though its whiteness is not uniform throughout the photo. The two flowers show of the camera’s ability to work close up with autofocus. Both were taken about six inches from the subject and both show good detailing.
Music playback is, of course, also catered for, and during testing I got six hours and 20 minutes of music from a full battery charge. This isn’t an amazingly long life, and I’d have liked more.
There is lot more software here, too, including a Web browser, mobile email, calendar, to do list manager, alarms, jotter, calculator, voice recorder, a game, and Sky’s Anytime service for Sky users who simply have to set their Sky+ box remotely.
The MOTO Z10 picks up where the MOTORIZR Z8 left off, but it’s difficult to say whether this phone will have a massive affect in turning Motorola’s fortunes around. Operation can be sluggish and battery life has fallen a little, but there are a good number of features here, including that novel kick-slider design and updated specs.