Currently $108 (new, no contract) - best value on VZ
drone031693, Phone Arena
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: Strong build quality, however it looks and feels a bit cheap. Camera is more than adequat for social media... Single LED flash/flashlight is much brighter than expected. Lags a bit, but not too serious. I never get a full day of battery. IPhone 5 is more comfortable to use and handle with one hand.
Pros: Price, Verizon Network
Cons: Android 4.4.4, Battery Life, No Expandable Storage
Excerpt: This phone has been pretty rock solid. The only issue I have is that whenever I try to initiate a phone call while using bluetooth in the car, the person on the other end can't hear me. This hasn't been resolved yet although I haven't tried wiping my phone. Still love it though!
Summary: I need a smaller phone. Larger phones get in my way. Verizon told me this was their only choice in this size. It is too slippery to hold, and with the cover, it is too hard to extract from the belt holster. Half the time I can not retrieve the phone before it goes to voicemail.
Summary: I previously owned an HTC Incredible 2 and was able to run my walking app for a 10-mile hike with plenty of battery life remaining. With the Mini, the phone is HOT before I reach 8 miles and battery usage is in the red (10% remaining). Actually, the phone is often very HOT to the touch.
Excerpt: This is an on-contract replacement for Motorola Droid Razr. I have had good experiences with Motorola phones, so I stuck with them. I see the trend to larger and larger devices and didn't really see the point. I want a phone for calls, text, email, and quick scan of anything else.
Pros: Small form factor fits easily in my hand., Screen is clear and easy to see in almost every lighting condition, No noticealbe performance degradation after 1 year without reset.
Cons: No add-on storage, but I knew that when I bought it.
It is a very flashy phone with a ton of pros and only 1 con.
5 June 2014
Summary: I love it's design becasue it is waterproof, has gorilla glass, and is a great android phone. It doesn't shutdown anymore since I upgraded it to 4.4 kitckat. Over all it has more pros then cons.
Pros: It is speedy,long battery, bright screen, and is a great android phone.
Cons: It shuts down and it sometimes it can be sluggish.
Excerpt: this my secondary phone that I use for work . I went through 2 android phone disappointments before this phone . At last , I'm quite satisfied with this one , mainly cause of android 4.4 kitkat . it's awesome , clean & fast . I'm not loving the camera & picture qualities .
Pros: build in wireless charging capabilities, android 4.4
Summary: I got this as a replacement for my 5C which fell into water-- instead of paying for a replacement, I sold my 5C BROKEN and took my fathers upgrade. Having used iPhones as my last 2 devices, I was ready for a change, and that of course, was a RED Motorola DROID MINI.
Pros: Great screen, fast speed for video loading and gaming, 16GB is internal, screen is an AMOLED but better than a lot of other Amoleds
Cons: The phone has shut off a handful of times, I don't like the SIM card underneath the volume keys, and the 16GB (more than enough for me, but not others sometimes) is internal and no room for SD.