Pros: Seems sturdy. Have had no issues with the battery but have followed the advice that is on this site and turned off my bluetooth whenever I am not driving.
Cons: The Battery cover is an issue, it must be an issue because there was a decal on the back of the phone when I got it detailing how to put the cover on. Stil lthe battery cover is NOT TIGHT, there is a HUGE GAP
Cons: earpiece and speaker volume too low, difficult to remove phone from holster, hard to flip open with one hand, annoying ring tones and sounds, meaningless icons, poor instruction manual, battery cover doesn't fit
Pros: Good reception in low frequency areas (buildings, hospitals, etc). That's why I purchased a Motorola.
Cons: The battery life is terrible! Verizon made me think that Im crazy when I complained.! Gave me a new battery. Even with moderate use (I only use it to make and receive phone calls), battery will not last longer than 1 day.
"Disappointed with Motorola Push-To-Talk Handsets"
13 February 2010
Pros: Motorola now uses a standard micro USB port for charging & and data transfer with a computer which is nice.
Cons: Battery life is average at best and when compared to the Samsung Convoy, it is really poor. The call quality is not that great either. We had 37 of Motorola's first generation push to talk phones @ work, the v750 series & they often froze up.