Reviews and Problems with Motorola Devour / Calgary
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Motorola Devour Review
11 April 2010
Excerpt: The Motorola Devour, Verizon's third Android OS smartphone, is a mid-range device with a sliding keyboard. It includes MotoBlur, software that displays messages from Facebook, Twitter and email together on[...
Pros: Solid construction, MotoBlur can help you manage a busy social life, Beautiful screen, Good keyboard, Nice email and web browsing experience, Good camera
Cons: Relatively large and heavy, Overactive noise cancellation cuts off the first part of each word, Phone shuts off without warning in low battery situations, Camera zoom is disappointing, producing grainy photos.
Excerpt: Motorola’s newest Android phone, the Devour, is pretty. Its sleek body, aluminum build and fun slidey screen practically yell, “Pick me up! Play with me!” And the first thing you’ll want to play with is Devour’s screen. The sliding 3.1-inch LCD can trace its design inspiration back to the T-Mobile Sidekick. It may not open with a flamboyant 180-degree spin but it’s fun to flick up and feels sturdy — there’s no hint it will snap if you push it open too hard.