Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid 2 / Milestone 2
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Motorola Milestone 2
2 days ago
Summary: The Motorola Milestone 2 is powerful and packed with features. But the addition of the Motoblur skin results in occasionally sluggish performance and means you'll wait longer for Android updates.
Cons: Irritatingly slow in places; poor battery life; widgets need improvement.
Conclusion: * External Memory: 32GB, 8GB included * Memory Card: microSD memory card * Data: GPRS, EDGE, 3G, WLAN, Bluetooth, USB * Camera: 5 Megapixels Camera * Battery: Standard battery, Li-Po 1400 mAh * Standby / Talk Time: - * Radio: No FM radio * Media Player: MP3/MP4 Player
Excerpt: The original Motorola Droid was the Droid that started it all. In fact, people now generically refer to any Android device as “a Droid”, a testament to Verizon and Motorola’s fantastic marketing for the device. As with any good performance, there is often a sequel, and the Droid is no exception to that rule. The Droid 2 builds on what made the original Droid great by adding an improved keyboard, a faster CPU and more RAM, and the latest version of Android, version 2.2.
Summary: With Android 2.2 installed out of the box, the much-improved physical keyboard, and a 1 GHz processor, the DROID 2 is the most well-rounded Android device on Verizon . Theoretically, it appeals to the greatest number of people - the BlackBerry crowd (keyboard), Android die-hards (Froyo), people with small hands (3.7-inch display), and first-time smartphone buyers (MotoBlur).
Pros: 1 GHz processor, mobile hotspot capabilities, 8 GB of internal storage, and a much improved physical keyboard.
Cons: Battery life isn't great, and the signal strength indicator isn't very accurate.
Summary: The QWERTY keypad means the Motorola Milestone 2 will appeal to particular types of user. If you're looking for a touchscreen device with a proper keypad alongside, the Motorola Milestone 2 is currently among the best.
Droid 2 Review Roundup: More Of The Same (And That’s A Good Thing)
29 January 2011
Summary: So, in essence: the Droid 2 is a nice, powerful phone, and improves on the Droid enough to be its sequel. However, the fact that Motorola did not take too many risks in the design may keep it from becoming the runaway hit the original was.
Motorola Droid 2 Review: A Bit Of Makeup But Not A Complete Makeover
29 January 2011
Excerpt: The original Droid was a revolutionary phone, not just because it saved Motorola from certain bankruptcy but also because it revealed the wonders of Android to the masses. For the first time, an Android device was being marketed in a way that appealed to an average American. Not only that - the Droid was Google’s officially anointed Jesus phone, up until the Nexus One came along, meaning it was the first to get Android 2.0, the first to get Google Navigation, etc.
Conclusion: Great phones are never good at just one thing. The Motorola MILESTONE 2 can do a lot and it can do it right for a lot of different users. The comfortable keyboard and full set of messaging features will appeal to business users. The social networking support will please the social buff and the sturdy metallic frame and scratch-resistant display will be appreciated by all.
Pros: Quad-band GSM and dual-band 3G with HSDPA and HSUPA support, 3.7" 16M-color capacitive touchscreen with WVGA (480x 854 pixels) resolution, Scratch-resistant Gorilla glass, One of the slimmest QWERTY side sliders, TI OMAP3630 1GHz CPU, PowerVR SGX530 graphics accelerator; 512MB of RAM, Android OS v2.2; MOTOBLUR UI 1.5 with SNS integration, Web browser with Adobe Flash 10.1 support, 5 MP autofocus camera with dual-LED flash; face detection, geo-tagging, 720p HD video re...
Cons: The internal 8GB of storage is for apps only, Side sliding mechanism is not spring-assisted, DivX and XviD playback has its issues, Non hot-swappable microSD card slot, No FM radio