Summary: I bought this phone because I needed more functionality and better web accessibility than my Sony Walkman. This is my first Android phone and I am able to do so much more than I could with my previous phone without having to have a separate data plan through AT&T. I've had some experience with both the Apple iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy Note as my friends have both. I didn't want or need a phone of that technical caliber or higher price range.
Summary: nice phone functions well but it wont send or receive mms messages and the browser wont work took it to comp. shop but still couldn't do anything with it guess I just wont be using mms or the internet
Summary: I like the phone for the most part, but it's obviously antiquated. I had to upgrade it from Android 1.5 to Andoid 2.1 which wasn't to bad. I have noticed that the phone won't send or receive picture messages (mms). I have double checked the Apn settings ,but they are all correct and it isn't my carrier, and I can't find a phone number for a human being at Motorola to ask about it.
Summary: It is a nice phone and I am getting used to using it. However the manual is not very helpful on the use of the phone. It is skimpy and does not really help with features and how to use the phone.
Summary: I didnt like this phone. My phone was new out of the box. I immediately charged the phone. When I set it up, about half the programs on it... everything seemed simple enough to set up. The First three days my battery was dead before dinnertime. Didnt last 10 hours. I hadnt activated most of the apps on it and cannot figure out why the phone has gone dead so quickly, with a brand new battery.
Phone's O/S is slow, "backflip" keyboard awkward, and Data Plan triggered.
22 January 2013
Summary: The operating system on this phone is extremely slow compared to an iPhone 3gs. Futhermore its "backflip" hard keyboard design is very awkward and not nearly as practical to use as a phone with slide-out hard keyboard. My carrier is AT&T. I had purchased the unlocked phone outright rather than via a contract with AT&T. I planned to use the phone primarily for talking and texting, with any Internet use only through its WiFi feature rather than through a 3G network.