Summary: If you mainly text and talk, this is a great phone. Voices are loud and clear, reception is awesome, and the camera is OK for basic MMS and cell phone use. The internet surfing is a bit glitchy, I think the processor is a bit stretched as the phone will occasionally lag and freeze up if you're on wifi or using the browser. Battery life is decent if you don't use it heavily.
Summary: For the cost this is an excellent 3G smart phone, especially for the money. Processor is a little slow for today's standards, but works fine. Came with micro SD card and plenty of installed apps. Would recommend this phone.
Summary: For an inexpensive unlocked smart phone this device has a lot of features. The phone feature on this smart phone offers very clear audio reception. I've bought this phone to use on a pay-as-you-go calling plan with no data. I rely on mainly using Wi-Fi for data access while at home. The Wi-Fi reception on this phone is not that good. It only works well when you have good Wi-Fi signal strength.
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: Yeah, you can buy a new iPhone or one of the newer Android phones for hundreds of bucks, but this does the job for a lot less money. Being Android, there are lots of free programs you can get for it. The touch screen is large and bright, and its just the right size in my opinion. Its got every feature you could want EXCEPT its 3G, not 4G.
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.