Well finally the long anticipated Net10 Motorola EX124G has hit the shelf over the weekend, and this phone has brought mixed reactions in the Net10 Camp. The main talking point about this model is the sensor touch screen that works best with the included stylus. As you might be able to tell from the unboxing video this phone is somewhat hard to use as a "touch screen" using your hands. So if you like a stylus your in luck! otherwise I guess this phone may not be for you.
Priced at $80 ex tax at Walmart stores across the nation, it may be a little over priced (ok way over) for what it is considering there are models like the LG800G that are half the price and are easier to use.
Applications: The phone has Java installed and your able to purchase Java games and apps using the data connection. I did not see any way to install apps using USB, or the SD card however if we find a way we will let you know.
There are no apps installed by default, but there are a few proprietary built in apps like calculator, stopwatch and others as expected.
The phone feels light in the hand but appears to be a good quality build, very similar to the LG800G.
Overall the phone is a 4 out of 10, it will only appeal to stylus fanatics, as there is better phones on Net10 at a better price.
FCC ID: IHDP56LJ6
MODEL NAME: EX124G
Bands: GSM Dual-band GSM850/GSM1900 GPRS/EDGE
4.21 inches long x 2.28 inches wide x 0.48 inch thick
Battery Motorola BQ50 SNN5804A 910 mAh Battery
Talk Time: up to 3.3 hrs
Digital Standby Time up to 10.4 days
Charger (in USB port micro B)
3.2" display resolution 240x400 pixels
Touchscreen + stylus
Blue-tooth 2.1, USB high speed
USB Micro B, Mass storage device.
Memory and Data:
Micro SD (up to 32GB)
64MB RAM / 128 MB ROM
The virtual keyboard
Photo taken from the Motorola EX124G (click image for full size in new tab