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A boost of brightness

The Motorola Electrify 2's 4.3-inch qHD (960x540-pixel) screen isn't as sharp as you'll see on competing devices. Using what Motorola calls ColorBoost technology, however, the Electrify 2's display gets very bright and showcases vivid colors. Read full review
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Sleek, silver, and futuristic

With a profile reminiscent of the Droid Razr, the Motorola Electrify 2 measures a third of an inch at its thinnest point. Read full review
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A trim volume bar

The Motorola Electrify 2 has a thin volume rocker on the right-hand side. Read full review
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Signature styling

With attractively angled edges and a silver-and-black color scheme, the Electrify 2 is right in line with Motorola's design aesthetic. Read full review
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Coated in Kevlar

Like many of Motorola's other devices, the Electrify 2 has a Kevlar fiber coating on the back. Also here is an 8MP camera with LED flash. Read full review
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Power up top

The Motorola Electrify 2's top edge holds the phone's power button, 3.5mm headphone jack, and Micro-USB port. Read full review
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Camera up close

Here's a closer view of the Motorola Electrify 2's main 8MP camera and Kevlar-coated back. Read full review
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Compact and pocket-friendly

One of the Motorola Electrify 2's strengths is its compact and easy-to-pocket size. The phone also fits well in the hand and its Kevlar back surface provides a firm grip as well as extra protection. Read full review
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Ice Cream Sandwich and apps

Running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the Motorola Electrify 2 comes with a useful selection of applications preloaded with thankfully not much bloatware. Read full review
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Comfortable keyboard

While the Motorola Electrify 2 has a very basic virtual keyboard, its keys are well-spaced and responsive. Read full review
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Better widget access

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich provides easier access to widgets, now in the application tray. Unfortunately the Motorola Electrify 2 lacks the slick Circles widget found on the Atrix HD and Photon Q 4G LTE. Read full review
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Quick and capable camera

Onboard the Motorola Electrify 2 is an 8MP main camera that boasts plenty of scene modes and some fun filters, plus it snaps images quickly. Read full review
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