Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid / Milestone
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Motorola Droid X Reviewed
19 September 2010
Excerpt: On July 15, 2010, the Motorola Droid X made its massive debut on Verizon. With an impressive 4.3 inch screen, Android OS and dazzling HD camera, it was a much hyped smartphone that lived up to expectations.
Conclusion: Everything about the Droid screams quality, from the build to the interface itself. I’m truly impressed by the actual build quality, this thing is built like a little tank. The interface is intuitive and it works well, everything just seems to much easier to do. The phone is fast at pretty much everything it does, with a few exceptions though. I really do like this phone truly. Camera picture quality is not the best indoors but it works very well outdoors.
Pros: Excellent build quality, Good reception, Easy to use, Everything is fairly fast, Great interface
Cons: Picture quality isn’t the greatest indoors, and video is not the greatest, Shortcuts don’t seem to work all of the time for some reason, Must remove battery to access microSD card, No flash support for browser
Conclusion: The CLIQ and Droid clearly come from different camps. The Motorola CLIQ was meant to be a Sidekick killer. Not bad timing for that, either. Droid was built for a different purpose, to give Motorola new life with the most informed customers in the world. It’s the new superphone. But, as usual, we love competition. Droid will make the competition finally ask questions that they’ve tried to dismiss.
Pros: Lag-less UI, Android 2.0 power, Great keyboard, Extremely fast processor, Free GPS navigation
Cons: No multitouch UI, Stifled “With Google” options, Moto’s typical weak camera performance
The first Android 2.0 phone impresses with a strong suite of Web features and a stunning 3.7-inch display, but some users might have trouble with the shallow keyboard.
Good Gear Guide.au
20 May 2010
Summary: The Motorola Droid certainly stands out among the growing Android army due to its superior hardware and enhanced 2.0 software. But will the Android Marketplace catch up to the iPhone's App Store? Therein lies the key to success for the Droid.
Pros: Snappy Web browsing, gorgeous 3.7-inch display
Cons: Some camera images come out grainy, flat keyboard is difficult to type on
Excerpt: The first time you pick up the Motorola Droid Google Android smartphone, you'll notice its solid feel and heft - there's a lot going on behind the crisp, 3.7in touchscreen. Read our review of the the UK version: Motorola Milestone review.
Motorola Milestone, Android con teclado físico y en pantalla
15 May 2010
Excerpt: Este dispositivo combina un teclado QWERTY completo junto con una pantalla multitáctil de gran resolución y tamaño. De este modo, se posiciona como un terminal único en su categoría y especialmente atractivo para los usuarios profesionales o que necesiten escribir mucho
Pros: Actualizable a la 2.2 de Android, Teclado QWERTY completo, Sensor de huella dactilar, Pantalla de alta resolución, Acabado cuidado
Cons: Autonomía mejorable, Las dimensiones son un tanto excesivas