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Motorola Electrify 2

Motorola Electrify 2

Motorola Electrify 2
News from CNET:

The good: The Motorola Electrify 2 offers Android 4.0, a bright screen, nimble performance, and long battery life in a thin and stylish package.

The bad: The Electrify 2 lacks 4G data and its camera can’t compete with those found on HTC and Samsung phones.

The bottom line: The $ 199.99 Motorola Electrify 2 is a thin, stylish performer on U.S. Cellular, but slow 3G data is its Achilles’ heel.

The $ 199.99 Motorola Electrify 2 for U.S. Cellular has the same sticker price as the Samsung Galaxy S3. Offering the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, a bright 4.3-inch screen, responsive performance, and long battery life, the Electrify 2 would make a very compelling option in a world without Samsung’s superphone. Unfortunately for Motorola, shoppers on U.S. Cellular will be hard-pressed to find a reason to choose its phone over the more capable Galaxy S3.

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