The Good The Motorola Bravo has a nice 3.7 inch WVGA display, a slim build, and a multimedia-friendly feature set that includes DLNA support. It has good call quality as well.
The Bad The Motorola Bravo ships with a MotoBlur overlay, which may not be for everyone. The microSD card slot is located behind the battery. You can't uninstall or remove preloaded apps.
The Bottom Line The Motorola Bravo is a midrange Android smartphone with solid multimedia features.
Motorola Bravo (AT&T)
Motorola came out swinging in late 2010 with several new Android smartphones just in time for the holidays--is targeted for the entry-level crowd, the for professionals, the for messaging fans, and the Bravo for multimedia aficionados. Indeed, the Bravo has DLNA support as well as a nice 3.7-inch display for your video enjoyment. We're still not huge fans of the MotoBlur interface--it's required if you want to use the Bravo--but it does have Wi-Fi, 3G, and GPS, making it a decent midrange Android smartphone. The Bravo ships with Android 2.1, and we don't yet know if it'll receive a Froyo 2.2 update. The Motorola Bravo is available for $129.99 after a new two-year service agreement with .
The Motorola Bravo is similar in design to the Citrus, with its curvy candy bar style. At 4.29 inches long by 2.48 inches wide by 0.52 inch thick, the Bravo looks and feels pretty compact, and it cradles comfortably in the hand, thanks to its soft-touch back. It has quite a good heft to it as well at 4.59 ounces. The Bravo doesn't quite have the eye-catching impact of its Droid X cousin, but some people might feel drawn toward its minimalist look.
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