Summary: Bought this for my fiancé, to replace her Samsung Propel. Accessing her Juno e-mail is slightly more difficult, but she absolutely loves everything else about the phone. Battery life is much better than the Samsung. Only complaint is that the home screen is too busy to accommodate an attractive wallpaper, but that's a minor niggle.
Summary: I like the phone is really good battery keep 5 days very nice to use and very helpfull but motoblur is a pain . It is asking you to do things that you dont need . I cannot dezactivate it . is still keep trying to put me in touch with this socialising network that I hate . I just want to get connected in internet when I need something , not to pay for some news that I'm not interested in .
Summary: The phone itself is a capable android phone. A little bulky, but that is to be assumed when you are talking about a slider. Moto blur is really convoluted. I alson think it may be the reason Motorola is not updating these phones. 2.1 is probably all your gonna get with this phone.
Summary: I'm Very Excited And Happy With My Second Q phone. I Previously Had The Moto Q 9c And Wore It Out. It Will Stream Video As Well As Audio Which I Like, In Fact That Is Why I Got One In The First Place.
Summary: This is a great phone. Only bummer is att wants 25$ A month data charge, this thing doesn't surf that well out of the box. We'll see what some upgrades do. ATT or Motorola isn't offering the free windows mobile 6.1 upgrade and the mail program that the phone originally had as an option isn't available from att either. BUT this phone has EXCELLENT reception. I talked straight through 25 miles of moutainous terrain, no call drops at all.