Not a Blackberry replacement, not even a good phone
31 March 2015
Summary: I was hoping for so much more from this phone. I switched from Blackberry and wanted a real keyboard, but this one is terrible. It has a number of dead keys that don't work most of the time, t and c and s in particular which makes the phone almost useless.
Summary: Product doesn't work well. It "resets" itself at least twice daily and I can't use it at that time.Hope I don't have emergency at the same time. Had to pay extra for sims card. My apps won't download- it always fails.My daughter has this phone-she doesn't have these issues.
Summary: Phone shuts self off unpredictably as if short-circuited. Features work wonderfully, just frustrating not knowing the cause of the power failures of this phone, especially when using it for first line communications.
Summary: This phone is very slow and freezes a lot. Sometimes I'll open an app and it'll take too long to load, and the phone will just turns itself off. It's only $100, so I guess you "get what you pay for.
Summary: "GSM-based global services work only with a SIM card supplied by Verizon Wireless® or by another GSM 900 or GSM 1800 service provider. When you set your phone to use a GSM 900 or GSM 1800 network you may be prompted to enter a subsidy code. To get this code, contact Verizon Wireless.
Summary: This phone is the most frustrating piece of crap. This is my second one because I thought the first one was just a fluke of problems and its supposed to be such a SUPER phone. All it is was an attempt by Verizon to get something on the market while they got creamed by the iPhone.
Droid Pro is a cordless phone, not a global phone for business traveling.
Travelbusiness, Phone Arena
3 January 2011
Excerpt: This phone cannot serve my business needs. One or two long calls, and leaving in standby except for email, the phone lasts less than 12 hours. Apps cannot be killed, or restart on their own. It is a battery vampire, without added value for blackberry converters.
Pros: Fun, featured, popular, Thin
Cons: Specs are wrong - not 7 hours talk and NOT 320 hours standby., Cannot control or turn off many apps - real battery vampires, Not a cell-phone, but a cellular cordless that needs constant charging., Do not travel with this phone - it dies before your business meetings are over, unless you ask your...
Summary: When I ditched my storm 2 for the glitz and glamour of all the droid X does, i was smitten; a huge screen, millions of apps, wow, what a phone! But then reality set in...emails are pitifully slow if you do not convert to a gmail account (which it forces you to do) and sometimes they dont come at...