Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid Pro / Pro / Milestone Plus
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Very good buy for intro into Droid OS and I-Phne world
29 October 2013
Summary: I wanted a phone I could use on my Pageplus No Contract Wireless service and utilize the 500 mb data plan and use some apps that need a certain level Droid Operating system. This phone does all that and more, even 3G speeds, connects to any wireless system available, gps, and more.
Summary: This phone is a nice size and one of the only few to have a physical keyboard... Too bad the battery only lasts a few hours with moderate use. Switched out batteries and it didn't matter. Had to sell.... Couldn't have a phone that i had to constantly charge.
Summary: saying the screen is poor would really be an understatment. Its utter trash. tested multiple devices, every single user had an issue with the screen.Go with samsung, much better product for about the same price
Summary: I love this phone. I have phone A.D.D and are always switching phones. I have had an Iphone, multiple blackberries, droids, etc. and this has been my favorite. It has also held up to my destructive ways the longest until I got it stolen..
Summary: Overall the product is working fine. I like all of the features and really like having the keypad with which to text. However, there are a few features I feel that Motorola could have made better. I really wish battery life was longer and wish it had a better camera.
Summary: This phone is the best phone on the market! Great speed, good internal memory (also supposed up to 32 gig card) and the phone is like half the price of the IPHONE 4. The android OS is great and so is the market! Lots of free games, apps, programs, etc.
Summary: I read many reviews on this product before my purchase, and was very impressed when I received it (used) and it worked quickly. I have been a bb user for years, and one of the main concerns for many people was the rate at which email pushes thorugh to the phone.
Summary: For outside of U.S., at least one more APN should be set at the same time. This is basically for the people in the U.S.A. Since I am live in Japan and own Softbank SIM, it has both open connection and WAP connection capabilities. To use these access points two different user IDs have to be set.
I chose it over the iphone 4, I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone
1 June 2011
Summary: 6 months of use and its my favorite! I chose this over the iPhone 4 Well, i am answering emails and text messages all day and this phone serves that duty perfectly. It did take about a month to get used to not hitting the touch screen home keys while texting on the top row, but now i can text...
Summary: Good phone if you like the keyboard. The phone is easy to use since I am familiar with the droid platform it wasn't hard to learn new features. The keyboard is a little small but I am getting used to it. Better than the Blackberry because the screen is larger.