Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid Pro / Pro / Milestone Plus
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So far so good.
9 December 2011
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: I like this phone because of the capabilities it has. I'm able to talk, text, surf the web, play games, listen to music and countless other things. It is easy to use and can be set up for any user. Sometimes it freezes and I have to shut it off and turn it back on but that's rarely.
Summary: The phone seems to work pretty good. The battery life isn't great like most others have pointed out so I bought the extended battery....and still not great. It'll last me a whole day, but I need to charge it everynight reguardless. The phone can delayed at times when canceling out of one app and trying to go to another. There are tons of apps; this is my first app capable phone; so I was thrilled to see such a wide selection.
Summary: verizon motorola droid 2 is a pretty cool phone. the phone is light and feels like its gonna break easily. fast processor. i think id rather have verizon than sprint. droid 2 is compatible with 32gb micro sd card. has 5mp camera w/flash. the new qwerty keyboard is better than the first droid qwerty keyboard. in all.. droid 2 is worth getting. if your reading this.. try lookin up the droid 2 global.
Summary: Though not perfect, this is definitely my favourite smartphone to date. Main advantages for me are: - Finally, a QWERTY phone with a decent operating system and a good selection of apps- strange that this apparently obvious combination is so hard to find, I guess this is what Blackberry should have been - Finally, a smartphone with an acceptable battery life- can actually use all the features and make a good number of calls all in the same day when on the road, without...
Summary: The phone arrived promptly from Amazon and I updated the Android firmware as soon as I had it charged up. It's running 2.3.6 and the as-delivered Motoblur skin; I haven't yet rooted the phone or tried alternative launchers. It took a long time for me to make the decision to buy this phone, but I finally gave up waiting for a higher spec qwerty Android model to appear on the market.
Summary: This phone is brilliant value since the price came down. It is also about the only sensible Andriod option if you want a keyboard. The screen is brilliant and the portrait orientation makes complete sense. It is fairly slim and light, and also looks better and feels much nicer in the hand than I expected. The battery life is also much better than the average smartphone.
Summary: Menü-Führung funktioniert intuitiv-einzig. der Akku hält nicht so lange wie in den Tests beschrieben und ein ins Handy integrierter Kalender fehlt und muss über Android geordert werden (aCalendar am Besten). Insbesondere die ergonomisch abgeordnete Tastatur erleichtert das schnelle E-Mail schreiben.