Review: Motorola Citrus
The touch response on the Motorola Citrus was horrendous. Usually on an underpowered phone like this I'd expect to see some lag in the homescreen panels or the application menu. But on the Citrus, the poor response hurt even some of the most basic features. Dialing numbers was more difficult, and the phone often misdialed because it couldn't keep up as I tapped the digits. The same is true for the keyboard. Anything faster than slow, deliberate typing caused significant typos, which is a shame because Motorola's software keyboard on Android is usually pretty good. The poor touch response on the Citrus didn't just cause delays, it caused frequent mistakes, and that's unacceptable.
CTIA Fall 2010
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