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Samsung Galaxy Beam i8350 vs Motorola Razr Maxx-Review and Price in India

Updated on March 22, 2013

Two specialist phones with great features which come under a price range of 32,000rs. Taking about Samsung Company, they introduced a variety of electronic products which are capable of challenging all other major electronic manufactures. Like wise Motorola company has its own identity in mobile and communication systems.


Samsung Galaxy Beam i8350:

Taking about Samsung Galaxy series, this beam i8350 comes with a speciality of built in Pico-projector which is suitable for a media or multimedia user (up to 50-inch images, not suitable for office presentations). This feature helps the user to project the pictures and videos on a wall by a simple click.

Comes with the following Specifications:

  • 4inch capacitive touch screen (800x480 pixels).
  • 15-lumen Pico projector.
  • 1GHz dual core processor.
  • 768MB RAM.
  • 8GB internal memory, which can be expandable up to 32GB micro SD.
  • 5-Megapixel rear camera with Autofocus, LED flash and 720p HD video recording.
  • 1.3MP front camera.
  • 3G, Wi-Fi, microUSB and Bluetooth connectivity.
  • 2000mAH battery.
  • Comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, touch Wiz UI 4.0
  • Comes with a price range of Rs 29,000-30,000

Good for the Buyer:

1.The Pico-projector add-on is really good for seeing pictures and even videos. It’s a good functional add-on that is introducing by the Samsung in this beam model.

2.Packed with good hardware for better performance, it provide great experience in watching HD videos, Games and watching videos in projector mode.

3.Talking about the battery, it comes with a 2000mAH battery which lasts over a day of average usage and it can last for over two hours if you are going to watch a projected video.

4.Cameras and good 3G support is always a worth of money, much suitable for video conference and all other recording activities.

Bad for the Buyer:

1.Main bad thing is its 4-inch capacitive touch screen which suffers from the Sunlight.

2.The Pico-projector which is not up to the expectations as the clarity of the pictures is not good in projection mode. Its brightness is low and sharpness is not good.

3.Talking about the price of the phone which is little more than expected, it can be arranged at a price range of 24,000-26,000 price range.


Motorola Razr Maxx:

This Motorola phone comes with a battery of 3300mAH which is capable of lasting for two days for a average user.As a result some features should be compromised.

Comes with the following Specifications:

  • 4.3-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen (950x540pixels)
  • 1.2GHz dual-core processor.
  • 1GB RAM.
  • 16GB internal memory which can be expandable up to 32GB micro SD
  • 8-Megapixel rear camera which autofocus LED flash, 1080 Full HD video recording.
  • 1.3 megapixel front camera with720p HD video recording.
  • 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microUSB connectivity.
  • Specially featured 3300mAH battery lasting over two days on average usage.
  • Android 4 ice cream Sandwich, MotoBlur UI.

Good for the Buyer:

  1. The special feature to be introduced by Motorola is its 3300mAH battery which last for more than a day if using 3G, camera working, recording and gaming. If using in a normal way it can go more than 2 days without recharging. No other Smartphone company have this feature.
  2. Hardware is really good which capable for multi tasking, Full HD video and good audio reproduction. Multi- tasking in this model is a great experience to the user.
  3. Like every Motorola model this also very good in internet connectivity and also good in HD video playback.

Bad for the Buyer:

  1. Talking about the hardware, which is capable of multi-tasking but causing heating of hardware. Sometimes difficult to hold and the heat may comes to the touch screen.
  2. The screen is not good in colour saturation as the graphics is little bit bleed and touch screen experience is not as good as other Smartphone’s.
  3. The MotoBlur UI is not up to the mark combining with ICS.
  4. The price is little bit more and about 31,600Rs. For a two long day battery the price is more than expected. It can be introduced under 30,000Rs.

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    • viewfinders profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from India

      thanks dinkan for your views and comments,hope you enjoyed it and hope you will continue to exchange insightful comments.

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      6 years ago from India

      Every type of technology is expanding day by day in global world It is important to be updated about the IT. Thanks for sharing.


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