Summary: This is an unlocked dual SIM phone with wifi. One SIM has 3G capability. The radio is a very nice feature although you must have the headset connected to activate the radio. Recently used this phone in West Africa with no problems. You can select which SIM you want to use when placing a call or sending a txt. You can turn either SIM off or both SIMs on. Touch screen plus full keyboard. Battery lasts for days. Very light and small.
Summary: The phone is not easy to use. The user's guide is a joke. I contacted Motorola technical support to find how to access the APN settings so I could edit them for my carrier and the technicians didn't know anything about the phone. Don't buy a Motorola phone.
Summary: Nice keyboard, responsive screen pad. Has two sim card slots and mini external memory up to 32 gb not included. Must have data plan for this phone do not buy if you are planning to use with wifi only like i was.
Summary: I normally go back to Italy once per year so having the dual SIM capability is important for me. The phone is pretty good but don't have all the goodies of other devices. There is a basic Internet capability that i have used while abroad but it's ok for what I need and most importantly with the contract with AT&T I am not charged for data usage.
Summary: I got this for my parents who didn't need a smartphone, just a quad band phone that had a keypad for texting. They use it in Canada, US, and Asia (Hong Kong/Taiwan). Great phone. Very reliable. Battery life is solid and it feels well-made. Definitely not a crappy feeling phone. The body has a slightly rubberized coating which is nice. UI is slightly puzzling but just takes some getting used to (play around with the phone a bit!).
Summary: I got this phone because I was looking for a simple, slim phone with a keyboard and two sims. I had previously been using an older Huwaei with Android 2.3. The phone looks and feels great. But I couldn't get past the operating system. It is simply ridiculous trying to navigate through that thing when one is used to Android. I have no problem with a simple system like those found on really chap phones... they work well and are intuitive.