Summary: i love this phone, it's like a Blackberry and an Android rolled into one device. I'm gutted that i can't unlock it to a different GSM carrier. If you're going to get this phone to use on straight talk, T-mobile etc., heed my words - buy it unlocked, i've tried four different companies who supply unlock codes remotely and none of them work so i'm stuck with Verizon.
Summary: Strongly reminiscent of thee Palm Pixi or Palm Pixi plus. Since it's an android phone ¬ a WEBOS, It is inherently less user friendly. On the whole, a nice phone with aa great camera. I just wish the Wife wasn't so complicated.
Summary: While I'm still getting used to the Android phone, it does SO much more than my Blackberry can, and MUCH faster too. If you like the Blackberry style of keyboard, this is very similiar. It takes a bit to get used to, but I wouldn't go back to BB after using the Android.
Summary: I got this phone 2 weeks ago. I broke my htc thunderbolt and didn't want to upgrade since verizon new plans suck. Phone seems quick because of the smaller screen. Auto resize takes away any webpage size problems. I put the extended battery in from the get go so i have no problem making it 12 hrs. Keyboard felt small till your fingers get used to it. Make sure you have a larger sd card because ir only comes with 2 gigs.
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: 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. But, other features are sufficiently good comparing with other android phones.
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.
Summary: Pros: battery life, screen size, ease of use, qwerty keyboard, processor Cons: 2.2.1, sometimes notifications can be quirky, sometimes the camera "bump" can be annoying when hold phone during calls.