Excerpt: Motorola continues its ascent on the Android wave, becoming more bold, more brazen. After Milestone, which in my opinion was rather conservative, this model called Flipout indicates a desire to be more daring in terms of construction of a mobile structure.
Summary: I was looking to upgrade to a simple smart phone from a slider phone. I really was attached to the full qwerty keyboard so that appealed to me. I like the setup, the menus are easy to navigate. I cannot get a google play app though. I use straight talk wireless through walmart, and I must say i was slightly disappointed with some things. I cannot get the phone to receive mms messages, even after trying multiple set ups.
Summary: My boyfriend loved this phone. It is very basic, but the spinning screen and the unique shape and look of the phone made it really enjoyable for him. You don't have to sign up for that motorola thing to use it by the way. All android apps work fine, and you'll be surprised that the "small" screen doesn't seem that small when it's so convenient and unique.
Summary: DON'T buy this product! I had it for less than a year and and it pooped out on me. After the first couple months I took the SD card out to use it for something else and then put it back in the phone, and the phone ran slow ever since. Near the end of it's demise, I wasn't receiving text messages until after the person called me.