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About this product
- Product InformationStylish and lightweight, the Motorola Sidekick Slide is a QWERTY mobile suitable for people of all ages. This Motorola phone has a 2.5-inch color LCD with 320x240 resolution, which displays images and text in vivid colors. The QWERTY keypad of the Motorola Sidekick Slide lets you type messages comfortably and quickly. Featuring a 1.3 MP camera, this Motorola phone allows you to capture your cherished memories. You can share your data and media files with other compatible devices, using this Bluetooth-enabled QWERTY mobile.
- ModelSidekick Slide
- TypeCellular Phone
- Storage Capacity128MB
- Network TechnologyEDGE,GPRS,GSM
- BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband)
- Camera Resolution2.0MP
- ConnectivityMini USB
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity1030 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 300 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 96 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Display Resolution320 x 240 pixels
- Color Depth16-bit (65000 colors)
- Touch ScreenNo
- Digital CameraYes
- QWERTY Physical KeyboardYes
- Internet BrowserNo
- Height4.72 in.
- Depth0.71 in.
- Width2.36 in.
- Weight4.52 oz
- Antenna TypeInternal
Most relevant reviews
- bhanmatiesunny1...Aug 02, 2011by
Great product! Worth every cent!
I think that the Sidekick 2008 by Sharp is a great phone. My purchase from eBay was fast and easy. The phone came in great unused unopened condition. The phone has some tricks to it that take some time to figure out, but the features on this phone are great to use. I do think the battery life could have been better, although it is satisfied. The fact that you could purchase various shells for your sidekick is a very interesting and entertaining feature to this phone. The web browsing is fast and easy to use. Text messaging is fast and easy to do, phone calls are clear and loud. The quality of the screen is very good, and I like all o the shortcuts that you could use. The various sounds that the Sidekick makes are very cool. The visual appeal of the Sidekick 2008 is off of the charts, it is a very cool and sleek phone. The features that are included on the Sidekick 2008 are very useful and fun to use. In conclusion this is an overall magnificent phone to use and i recommend it to anyone, looking for a phone. Read full review
- uusheimoNov 01, 2010by
Nice mid-line Android with keyboard
This a review for T-Mobile's myTouch 3G Slide by HTC. It is a nice middle of the line Android phone. You cannot compare the screen estate or raw crunching power to the top of the line Androids, but neither are you paying the premium price with this. Nice things about it are that T-Mobile has promised to update it to the latest 2.2 version this year, although the 2.1 isn't bad either. And the HTC's Sense UI is actually very responsive. The keyboard is very nice keyboard too, a great improvement from the old G1's keyboard, but not quite at G2's level. The screen is bright and easy to read in the sunlight too. Although it does get greasy quite easily. I don't know how they manage to resist that in the iPhones, but they do it better. Albeit being a capasitive touch screen, its still not in par with the iPhone's, but well above any resistive screens I've tried. The camera is 5 Mpix autofocus with LED-light. It tends to overexpose a bit, which can be compensated manually though. The camera also shoots video at VGA resolution, 30 fps. It has the mandatory three buttons and a genius-button at the front, as well as a touch sensitive navigation butoon also, which I find mostly annoying. Naturally it has the volume-rocker and a dedicated camera button. Latter of which the iPhone is still missing. Unlike early myTouch's this does have a regular 3.5 mm audio jack again, and you charge/connect to computer it through a microUSB. Like all Androids you have to be carefull what apps you install, as most of them seem to be done by pimple-faced teens who have no knowledge in proper program design. And as such these apps will hung your Android phone usually sooner than later, or simply just make it act funny. But with good quality apps designed and produced by professional crew, the phone is solid and responsive with the Android 2.1. One gripe I do have about it though is the poor battery management. You have to keep on switching the Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G and syncing on and off manually to make it through a busy work day. This is something the iPhone has done so much better for years! I do hope that 2.2 will bring some sense into this too. All in all I can recommend this phone as a reasonably priced Android phone. It does everything a high-end phone does at fraction of the cost. And best of all being a late model, it's supported by T-Mobile. Read full review
- kentucky8babeFeb 06, 2015by
I liked the phone and the service.
This would be a great phone for those who only want to talk and text. I do not do data. However, it was not compatible with my WalMart Family Mobile plan, so I had to return it.
- rjs_enterprisesApr 15, 2011by
Bottom line, if you want to use the Swype keyboard, don't have fat fingers!
Just because I gave this only 3 stars out of 5 does not mean it is not a great phone -- just not great for me. My grandkids would love to have this phone. My main issue with this phone is because of my fat fingers, and Arthritis. When I touch the screen I always seem to hit too many keys. Using the Swype keyboard is impossible, thank goodness there is the slide out keyboard. the phone would be much better (for me) if I could use a stylus on the screen. Incorporated with the Android Market, this HTC smartphone provides easy access to thousands of popular applications and games, which is real nice! I have found that there are many free applications which enhance the usefulness of any smartphone. I love that part of having a smartphone. It seems like I always have to charge my phone. Using my Bluetooth earpiece I only get about 2 hours (120 minutes) of talk time, NOT the 540 minutes as advertised! Just playing around on the phone, trying to familiarize myself with the phone, seemed to drain the power considerably. This may be a characteristic of all smartphones, but since this is my first smartphone, I am not sure. My old Nokia 5610 I only had to charge every 2 or 3 days! I would only recommend this phone to younger people that that have unlimited plans. Trying to stay within a lower min/Meg play is extremely difficult (there are so many things to see and do). Anyone that has Arthritis in the hands may have difficulty using it to the phones fullest capabilities. Read full review
- kc6385Mar 10, 2011by
Nice phone a few thing holding it back
Nice phone, rugged as promised. Pictures of moving things suck, stationary things work well in good light. Wish it did hd video. After a software update started slowing down a bunch. Audio quality from headphone jack is good, wish it came with a built in eq. Sounds great with mp3 apps with eq, but not with pandora (for headphones). The built in speaker is pretty loud and as good quality as a built in can get. All the apps that I've tried have worked seamlessly. Not that big a fan of motoblur, but I can see it's benefits. Love the size of it, not as bulky as the droid, and light too. Call quality is great. Screen is nice and durable. Touch accuracy isn't as good as other phones out there compared to the galaxy, droid, and htc phones, so texting could be better. Wifi has good range. Bluetooth is compatible with alpine head unit and pandora works well with stereo eq. Read full review