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.
Excerpt: nice phone BUT The screen breaks really easy and is petty slow for Motorola. I wish the phone had a better paint on the backing too! The only good thing about this phone is the keyboard and music player.
Summary: I liked it alot initially. It was cute, it had a touchscreen and qwerty key board (still love that). It was small, it had a camera, it had internet capabilities (though slow) and it was functional. Later on different functions began to have some problems. First what I noticed was that the micro SD card that I had in the phone eventually failed to register. I have a permanent error symbol on my screen as it says microSD card can't be read.
Summary: My Blackberry was acting up so I bought this. It's quite durable, and runs perfect for the first two weeks. Then it starts to freeze up on you (turn it off, turn it back on). Soon it froze up about twice a day. My new(ish, it is a hand-me-down) phone does the same thing, and to be honest it's completely normal. But 2-4 times a day? Whoa, not THAT normal.
Summary: This just arrived today. A few things on unboxing - mine came with only the black cover, not the red, and was not unlocked. It was in an AT&T product box. I called AT&T customer service and gave them the IMEI code on the back of the phone, and got the unlock code for free. It worked with my Tmobile sim card after that. (I'm in Texas, USA and have Tmobile no contract SIM card.) There is a lot of AT&T specific apps on the phone that need to be removed.
Summary: this product is user friendly and its small which is easy to carry as lots of features for such a small phone easy to use but battery life doesnt lost long I wish it as the battery life span of a blackberry phone thats my only dislike
Summary: I bought this phone brand new from AT&T six months later it disappeared and Motorola/Google refuse to upgrade the OS! It really stupid that they would only give you 159 MB of internal memory but give you the option to use up to a 32GB SD Card and not allow you to move anything to it. The least they could do is upgrade so that you can move apps etc to the SD card to same space in the tiny internal memory.
Pros: Small and cute.
Cons: 150 MB internal storage (Happenings app included eats that up within a month) Can't move apps etc to SD card!, no OS upgrade!,