Motorola Motoluxe XT615
Won't break the bank.
Some nice interface touches.
Simple, effective design.
Strong battery life.
Can feel slow at times.
Not the latest Android software.
The slow processor is occasionally evident.
Screen could be brighter.
By Tracy and Matt's Blog on June 02, 2012
Here we are again at the end of another review, this one I have really enjoyed doing more than most because the phone has really grown on me! I really didn't expect it to as well so for that reason I think I like it even more.As for its target...-
By Channel Pro on May 28, 2012
A reasonable budget handset, but don’t expect its ageing hardware to stand up to Android’s toughest testsRating: 3Average: 3 (1 vote) The smartphone market experiences a brief flurry of activity every time a flagship phone arrives, but the...60
By PC Pro on May 18, 2012
A reasonable budget handset, but don't expect its ageing hardware to stand up to Android's toughest...50
By PC Advisor on May 15, 2012
Place the Motorola Motoluxe next to a Samsung Galaxy S3 or an iPhone 4S and it shapes up poorly. It packs middling specs and fair-to-middling performance into a stylish frame. But if you want a decent Android smartphone at a reasonable price, you...60
By Android Central on May 14, 2012
For the first time smartphone or Android user, there’s definitely a lot to like about the Motoluxe. The hardware is excellent for the price. The screen is nice, bright and colorful. It feels good in the hand, and more importantly it feels well...-
By CNET UK on May 04, 2012
Despite harbouring allusions of grandeur, the Motorola Motoluxe struggles to live up to its name. On the outside it's appealing enough, but the user experience is less than stellar and there are better phones out there for less...40
By itproportal.com on April 13, 2012
Motorola has made a good stab at a mid-range smartphone with the Motoluxe, and it hasn't left innovation behind in the process - either on the hardware or software fronts. If your needs are modest, it could suffice. Pros: A well-made, slim handset...-
By Wired UK on April 10, 2012
The Motorola Motoluxe offers a decent range of features and just a little bit of Motorola personality to help it stand out from the midrange Android crowd.SpecificationsSoftware : Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread Processor : 800MHz Memory slot : microSD...70
By TechRadar on April 10, 2012
We've established that the Motorola Motoluxe is no real fashion accessory. Not only that, but at around £20 per month, the performance isn't up to scratch with even other older-but-more capable Android phones, such as the HTC Desire S ....50
By IT PRO on April 09, 2012
Although certainly one of the better mid-range Android smartphones currently available, the Motorola Motoluxe’s relatively slow processor, limited app storage and mediocre camera take the edge of its appeal. Unless an upgrade to mid-range Android...67