Summary: I have had this product for a couple of years. It functions well enough. Sometimes it will randomly restart itself, and sometimes the camera won't open and you have to restart the phone to get it to work. More often than not games lag. However, it is a good functioning phone and I do not plan on getting a new one any time soon.
Summary: The only plus, it came before estimated delivery date. Now, this phone was okay the first few hours. Later on that same day it turned of by itself, and freeze up up randomly. If your getting this phone and expecting to play games, this isn't the one for you. It would freeze during games and any other complicated, fast running apps. Over all if your only getting it to do basic this like phone call and stuff, this phone could work for you. **Do remember it freezes often.
Summary: The bravo was an overlooked phone from the start. It had many good features that I liked, but what killed it was the screen size. I returned this phone and I bought a different phone from att. Overall a great beginners smartphone.
Summary: The phone is great! Big screen, light weight, a wonderful first smartphone for me. Unfortunately, something about the way that Amazon sells it recently has left other shoppers and myself in a conundrum. The first phone sent to me was unable to show battery life, came with a moto blur startup guide that was not relevant to what was displayed on the phone, and would get an "unexpectedly quit" message requiring a force close every time an app (or even the Accounts, Data...
Summary: Actually, I am very pleased with the phone, I had good experience with Motorola and to me it could be the best manufacter. But I don't know what happen with the Android OS, I had troubles and at this time I can't run any apps that belongs to the OS. I contacted the store but can't help and only pointed out that is a problem with the android OS version, but is there a solution? I am still waiting for the answer. So I like the phone but the support of the store was poor.