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Following in the footsteps of phones that can take a few beatings or water drops, the Motorola Wilder looks at those challenges from a different angle. It is not to be dunked in liquids, like the Motorola Defy+, nor does it have its smartphone operating system, but it takes you by surprise by being an extremely affordable featurephone, which can withstand the nature wrath that others couldn't.The handset is dust- and splash-resistant, meaning that it will suit kids, teens or the active types, and at $80-$110 sans contract at Carphone Warehouse, you wouldn't cry too much even if it falls apart. Granted, you shouldn't expect much for that kind of money, but even in that regard the durable Motorola Wilder manages to surprise with an extra OLED ticker screen underneath the main one for notification purposes. Will that be enough to fight the cheapest smart phones out there? Read on to find out...Built handsomely in “licorice”, with your choice of “saffron” or “classic gray” band around the sides, the Motorola Wilder hints that it's purposed for the active lifestyle. It is styled very similar to the Motorola Defy on the back, with tapered edges and the Motorola logo in the middle, but specswise it is way weaker than the tougher sibling – the back hosts a 2MP camera, for example.
By HotHardware, published 09-09-2011
Phone companies usually don't have too much trouble coming up with outlandish device names, particularly when you're talking about Motorola. This company has a long history of capitalizing names and removing vowels wherever they feel like it, but we have to admit, their newest device is perfectly named. The Motorola Wilder is quite the unique...
By SlashGear, published 16-08-2011
In the wake of today’s shocker that Google is acquiring Motorola Mobility, Microsoft has issued a statement that’s almost just as bewildering. Windows Phone President Andy Lees expressed that after the Google-Motorola deal, the Windows Phone platform will be the only one that provides equal opportunity to all partners. It’s truly an odd statement when [...]
By SlashGear, published 08-10-2011
The handset part of the NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core processor-toting Android family is expanding, this newest member making the total five with a whole slew of tablets already out there in the wilderness as well. We’ve gotten to review each and every one of these devices: Motorola ATRIX 4G, Motorola DROID X2, Motorola PHOTON 4G, [...]
By TechRadar, published 13-06-2011
What makes one tablet a winner and another a bucket of bolts? Let's start with a story. Once upon a time, there was a little English company called Acorn Computers. Through the early 1980s, it had quite a bit of success with an 8-bit home computer named the BBC Micro. You may remember it. For a replacement, Acorn decided that none of the then-available processors - such as the Motorola 68000 and I...
By GSMArena, published 06-08-2011
Slated for a July release in the UK, the Motorola Wilder promises to be a smart/dumb phone aimed at an active lifestyle. The newly announced Wilder is designed to bring all the basic functionality...