Summary: hard to figure out. the manual is useless, but phone seems to be quite nice for the price! heck of a time figuring out simple things, ie, how to turn on loudspeaker, etc. manual as i said, useless.
Summary: Design is excellent, very appealing. But I do not understand how did the firmware design went through over to production. I am a fan of Motorola phones but I guess this will be the last one. In fact, I have already bought something else to replace it. The fact that it is intended to fall in the inexpensive category of phones is NOT an excuse for this.
Summary: This phone is just okay. The first one had to be returned within the first few weeks when the power button stopped working. The problem I have is that it will not send or open received MMS messages or pictures. MMS is activated on my AT&T plan but this phone will not open them. (AT&T will not help me because I did not buy the phone from them and the Motorola support site for AT&T was closed down at the same time I purchased this phone.
Summary: Pros: lightweight, price, features (wifi,b/tooth,touch screen). Cons: took a little while to figure out all the features. I love this phone, it exceeded my expectations. Nb. In order to type *120 etc...
Summary: The phone does not work to my expectations, and some times I can not answer the calls coming in. I have not start using it for a month yet and the phone not responding to my touch of the menu. I noticed that the dual Sim does not work simultaneously AND SOME OF THE FEATURES,IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH MY NETWORK ESPECIALLY TRANSFERRING MONEY FROM ONE PREPIAD ACCOUNT TO ANOTHER.
Summary: I like the simplicity of the phone. If you're a big internet user then this isn't for you do to the small screen, but since I just want this for texting it is perfect for me. The battery life is great; I am on day three without charging so far. It's simple and using and I enjoy the light-weight, thin exterior. I works very well for me as an individual.