Motorola Citrus

The eco-friendly Motorola Citrus is an affordable compact candybar phone with a 3-inch capacitive touchscreen, 3 megapixel camera and easy web browsing capabilities. It ships with Android 2.1 (Eclair) and is powered by a 528MHz processor.

Alternate Names: 
Motorola WX445, Motorola Ciena
Carriers: 
Verizon
Device Type: 
Smartphone
Weight: 
3.88 ounces
Modes: 
CDMA 1X EV-DO Rev 0
Dimensions: 
4.09 x 2.32 x 0.59 inches
GPS: 
Yes
Processor: 
528 Mhz processor
GPU: 
Adreno 200
USB: 
microUSB (2.0)
OS Version: 
Android (2.1)
Bluetooth: 
Yes
Wi-Fi: 
Yes
Internal Memory: 
2 GB
Display Resolution: 
240 x 320 pixels,
Website Reviews: 

"The Motorola Citrus has a simple design and a functional feature set that includes a file manager. Call quality is quite good, but it is small and devoid of high-end features. It works as a beginner Android phone."

CNET, November 2010

"After spending some quality time with the Motorola Citrus, we felt…impatient. And this is not because we're spoiled with speed demons like the Droid Pro and iPhone 4. The Motorola Citrus is really a slow phone. It lags, it's glitchy, and we couldn't even play Angry Birds on it, which is a deal breaker, since we're hardcore Angry Birds nerds. Keep in mind that we're referring to internet browsing, gaming, and other advanced actions. As a messaging device, the Motorola Citrus is fine."

Info Sync, December 2010

"The Citrus sells for $50 which isn’t bad at all for this type of phone. It’s nice to see a fairly decent entry level phone at a low price. The Citrus does have some issues yes, but they’re not all that bad especially when you consider the price."

Test Freaks, July 2010

External Memory: 
32 GB microSD
Display Size: 
3.0 inches
Display Type: 
TFT capacitive touchscreen
Display Colors: 
16Million
Battery Type: 
Li-Ion (1150 mAh)
Battery Life: 
6 hours
Battery Standby: 
300 hours
Rear Camera Megapixels: 
3MP
Video: 
Yes
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Total votes: 51