The latest Motorola handset to join the Boost Mobile family tree is the Motorola Bali, which is not disparate most other Motorola phones with its point. In fact, its thin profile and flat reins hark back us a lot of a fastidious other legendary Motorola handset: the Razr. That puts the Bali straight in the ancient-fashioned point category, but that’s not to say it’s a terrible look. The Bali’s facial appearance are very basic, which makes the $149.99 price point a modest hard to swallow. Still, the Bali is available without a contract, so that should diminish the blow.
If there was ever a phone that did not look like what it’s called, the Bali would be it. The all-black boxy handset beyond doubt does not hark back us of the tropical destination of which it’s named. It measures 3.8 inches long by 1.8 inches wide by 0.6 inch thick, and has squared-off corners at the top, with a vaguely curved edge at the underside and angular sides. As we said earlier, the Bali’s overall point is reminiscent of past Motorola handsets, like the Razr and the Krzr, but that’s not automatically a terrible thing. Its slim profile means it fits comfortably in the hand, and as it’s quite frivolous at 2.6 ounces, you won’t be bogged down by it, any.
The Motorola Bali is thin and boxy.
On the front of the phone is a 1.6-inch open-air sight. It has full color and shows array, indicate might,date and time in rank, as well as caller ID. As the camera lens is located above the sight, you can also use it as a self-likeness viewfinder when the phone is clogged. You can change the wallpaper and clock format, too. Read more at allitreview.com