-I'm Nicole Lee, senior associate editor for cnet.com and this is a first look at the Motorola Grasp for U.S.
It is a simple entry-level messaging phone.
On the front here is a 2.2-inch color display.
It's a little bit lackluster, only supports 65,000 colors.
It is not as bright as you would like.
You'll also get a full QWERTY keyboard.
As you can see, the keys are raised above the surface so it's easy to text and dial.
However, the keys do feel a little bit stiff when pressed.
One thing we found a little odd is that the overall display and keyboard is a little bit offset to the right.
Features of the phone are fairly basic.
You do get the usual text and multimedia messaging features of course.
You'll see get the 1.3-megapixel camera and camcorder and the usual voice command features.
There's also a music player as well as stereo Bluetooth.
The Motorola Grasp is available for $40 with a new 2-year service agreement.
I'm Nicole Lee.
This has been the first look at the Motorola Grasp for U.S.
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