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." The design of the keypad is terrible because the letters are so close together and my fingers are pretty small so... I guess it's something you just have to get used to it. The camera quality is 5 megapixels but it's a lot more grainy than it should be.
Excerpt: My previous phone was a Droid Eris from HTC, hated it! I had a Blackberry for a couple of years prior to the Android system and loved it. This phone reminds me of my Blackberry but soooo much better of course. I am very happy with this phone except the keys, the ridge design is a litle hard to get used to but I know I will.
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 clients for a charger.