I would recomend this phone to anyone that wants a smart phone.
6 March 2013
Summary: I bought this phone for my mother in law as she had a cheap flip phone that she constantly complained about poor call quality and never being able to use the features of the phone. The Bravo was easy to set up and if you pay attention to what you are doing easy to use. The call quality is excellent and battery life very good. It isn't a iPhone like she wanted but I have a iPhone and know the call quality sucks, this is a world apart in that respect.
Summary: Very nice smartphone, I don't have data plan but the wifi connection can browse the web smoothly with no problem. Only thing I don't like is, the manufacturer Motorola looking to control user by putting the mandatory initial account sign up screen for anyone who wants to use this phone(or any of their other smartphone) first in order to use the phone.
Summary: Power button is used for most all functions. Answering a call hit the power button, hanging up push the power button, stopping a function push the power button, want to know who's calling push the power button. Same with messaging if you want to receive a text you have to go to MESSAGING which will bring up another icon/widget which you push and it will list all the texts you have then you have to select the appropriate one.
Pros: Easy to use for first time android user. User guide that came with the phone is clear and easy to follow. If those don't answer your questions, there are a TON of how-to's online that are very helpful.
Cons: Battery life not as good as my old Samsung Mythic, but not terrible. I guess it depends on how much you are browsing on the net, which I only do at work with a wi-fi hook-up.
Summary: Bought this for an upgrade from an ATT flip phone. Can't beat it for a $100 phone. The Motoblur system was a dead end but it's not hard to live with. For a no-contract used Android it's a good deal.
Summary: bought this to try out android os, motorola makes a pretty good phone. no cons, lots of apps on the android market. use wifi at home works good.touch screen close to as sensitive as iphone. like it alot.