Excerpt: My dad had this phone for about two and a half years. We've had multiple issues and had to switch out the phone multiple times. The battery died too quickly, the speaker blew within a week, the earpiece didn't work, the microphone made calls sound crackly, the screen was slow, and the screen randomly went blank. We finally got it switched out for a DROID 4 and we love the phone. Works quickly, and works like it should.
Excerpt: This was a phone from 2010, nothing from today so it wouldn't be able to be compared to today's phones. The processor is quite good and the build quality is phenomenal. I've dropped it at least 8 or 9 times (down the stairs, on the road, ect.) and not any major blemishes. The battery isn't too great, the camera is pretty bad, and it lags in games and anything you use everyday. It restarts itself a lot, maybe once or twice a day, and it goes unresponsive sometimes.
Love this phone, touch screen or key pad, easy to use and global
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I was excited to get this phone at first, then was disappointed because my battery wouldn't last very long. Only a few hours. Then I realized I needed to download an app that would turn off the things I wasn't using when the phone was sitting idle, like the internet, Facebook, etc. Now, I love this phone. It has everything you could want and you can use it internationally. It comes with many different charging adapters for international travel.
Enjoying the upgrade, need help figuring it out though.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I like my new Droid 2, but I'm having a very hard time figuring it out on my own. When I purchased it, I was told there was a class I could take to help me get ALL my questions answered. The classes are held during the day when I'm at work. Looking forward to figuring it out, but at the moment, I'm somewhat frustrated.
Excerpt: I have had the droid 2 phone for 2 months now. I absolutely love it! It is so easy to use! My favorite part about it is how fast it connects to the internet. I had a black berry before and it seems ancient compared to the droid!
Excerpt: I have had my Droid 2 for about 9 months now and I love it. I used to use a blackberry for several years and I wasn't sure that I wanted to switch away from a blackberry but the Droid has been excellent. I am able to get onto the internet very easily. I can easily connect to several different work and personal email accounts as well.
Excerpt: The Motorola Droid 2 Global is my first smartphone. I don't know how I got along without it. I love it! I thought for sure I would not use the touch screen which is why I got the one with the keypad. I hardly use the keypad, the touch screen is so acurate it is so much easier to use it than with the last phone I had. This phone is great! I also use the camera everyday. More than I use my usual digital camera.
The facebook on this phone sucks, but otherwise great phone!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This phone overall is pretty good phone. I love that its both touch screen and that I could use the actual keyboard. I love the voice active text messaging. How ever it doesnt always catch what you are saying but it gets pretty close! The battery life however sucks, I have to charge my phone every night. If I dont charge my phone one night it will die on me in the middle day. The facebook on the phone also sucks with the application and through the bowser.
Excerpt: As my very first smart phone, I was extremely happy with the product when I first purchased the Motorola Droid 2 phone in September 2010. As a past blackberry pearl user, I was extremely confused as to where to start, though. The lack of a user manual left me a bit dumbfounded on how to use the product.
Excerpt: The Droid 2 is my first smart phone, and I am completely happy with it. It has a good variety of apps available and is easy to use and learn. While it may not have as many apps as iPhone, there are new ones every day and the Droid offers an excellent alternative for those who don't care for Apple products. I really like the full keyboard, but there is also the touch keyboard, with SWYPE, if you prefer that.