Summary: First off the phone is smaller then you would think im talking the whole phone not the just the screen size. The keyboard buttons are very jammed tight. It freezes alot and it shuts off randomly.
Summary: The phone is heavy, but I guess that is to be given since it has a physical keyboard. I thought I would like that since I had an all touch screen for so long. But once you get use to an all touch screen phone, reverting back to a physical keyboard is a little awkward. Phone drops calls A LOT..
Summary: this phone is one of the worst i've had, its very slow, crashes very often, and has barely any space for applications, and has barely any RAM. in other words, you can't put more than 10 applications, and you can't run more than 2 applications at once.
Summary: The device itself is solid and nice. Even the keyboad is nice. I will skip all the good (which im sure you can find a lot elsewhere) and go stright to the bad: The Milestone is a locked phone. This means that the only way for you to get any software updates are through Motorola.
Summary: Since people like lists, I'll start with what I liked and disliked. Pros: 1. One of the best screens that is not an iPhone 4. 2. Amazing browsing capabilities. 3. Relatively fast processor and GPU. Cons: 1. Constant echo on all voice calls (T-Mobile and Skype). 2.
Summary: so far, i've had this phone for a year..... the thing is, i can't really buy any phones from tmobile, because i'm not the owner of my tmobile account....so i decided to buy a unlocked phone. So far this phone has been great, but as usual, there are a few pro's and con's...
A phone that does everything but make clear phone calls
Amazon Customer "Tech lover", Amazon
15 January 2010
Summary: I should have spent more time on forums before splurging over $700 on the GSM Milestone. 1] A smartphone is, first and foremost, a phone. And this is where Milestone fails miserably. While you can hear callers fine, folks on the other end have a tough time hearing you.
Summary: I was recently at a local mall and decided to browse a few stores to check out the latest smart phones. Went to a Verizon Wireless store and tried the Motorola Droid. I was not impressed. Laggy interface and slow web browser.
Summary: I have had this phone since launch in December 2009, but have now had to give it up in frustration. Buyer beware. Although the hardware itself is nice (unless you are unlucky enough to get one with a malfunctioning battery/camera/touch-screen) the key to the phone working is it being bug-free, and...