Motorola Introduces Rambler and Bali Phones for Boost Mobile

Motorola introduces two forthcoming flip handsets on the wireless carrier Boost Mobile. Headed to the above mentioned operator are the Motorola Rambler and Motorola Bali mobile phones.  Both the clamshells devices are slated for a release date of August 11 with the Motorola Rambler running at a price of $99.99 and the Motorola Bali at a more expensive price of $149.99. We’ve discussed the prices already, but how do these two upcoming devices here fare? Let’s see.

Motorola Rambler Mobile Phone

First up is the Motorola Rambler.  This clamshell type mobile phone measures 3.7×2.24×0.71 inches and weighs 3.5 ounces. Specs-wise, the handset comes packing with a full QWERTY keypad, a 1.3 megapixel camera capable of video capture, Bluetooth, and built-in GPS.  With messaging in mind, the Motorola Rambler is jam-packed with the usual messaging features including – SMS, MMS, instant messaging, and email capabilities.   More on the features, the handset boasts a voice recognition feature and a lot more which texting enthusiasts will surely be fond of.

The upcoming Motorola Rambler mobile phone will be paired with Boost Mobile’s $50 Monthly Unlimited plan.  Therefore, consumers get to enjoy unlimited talk, text messaging, instant messaging and e-mail, and Web browsing.

Motorola rambler and bali phones
Rambler (left side) / Bali (right side)

Motorola Bali Mobile Phone

Breaking into another handset, we have the Motorola Bali mobile phone. Rocking as many of the same features of the Motorola Rambler including – GPS, stereo Bluetooth, and 1.3 MP camera, the Motorola Bali also comes with external touch controls which users can use for apps such as MP3 player.  This entry-level handset also has a microSD card slot allowing for memory expansion. The Motorola Bali measures in at 3.86 x 1.82 x 0.67 inches and weighs 3.5 ounces.  This sleek lightweight flip mobile phone also has support for text and multimedia messaging, IM, and wireless web e-mail.

Frankly speaking, we find the Motorola Rambler looking more decent.  However, the handsets are not smartphones which makes us think we can’t do anything much with the phones. But what do you thinks guys? Again, the handsets are available for purchase via Boost Mobile retail stores and independent wireless dealers.

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