The motorola charm mb502 qwerty bar with touch response of the screen is good and the same can be said about the optical trackpad at the back. It is one of those devices where the touch and QWERTY work seamlessly with each other.
While swiping the finger onto motorola charm mb502 qwerty bar through it does move the screen; if you tap at the trackpad a bull’s eye like pointer appears that can be used to select icons or even type with the virtual keypad.
You rarely need to use the back track feature, but it has to be accepted that it is a unique innovation and its most obvious use could be to show off among your friends.
The response and performance of motorola charm mb502 qwerty bar is pretty good. The usual paraphernalia of Google suite with Gmail, GTalk, Google maps, Google latitude, YouTube, etc come preloaded on the phone.
The phone also has a built in GPS receiver, but the only way to get direction is through Google Maps, which does not offer turn-by-turn navigation.
Back-Track with touchscreen and keypad and QWERTY is a nice feature of the phone. It also supports GPS and WiFi. The Motorola Charm runs on Android 2.1 update-i with a 600 MHz processor.
A Quick Office document viewer is preloaded on the device, so you can open office documents, but you can’t create any new ones on motorola charm mb502 qwerty bar phone.