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.
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.
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.
Summary: I have Flipside now. I rooted both of them and got rid out of bloatware on the. Still you will suffer from less memory, even after moving most of them to SD Card. Anyway in comparison Flipside is much better. Flipout's weird square screen size is not good for every app.
Summary: This phone is really neat and a great eye catcher the problem is the screen resolution. I honestly thought that it wouldn't bother me when I read it on other reviews, but it did. It's as if they took the resolution and graphics of a 2005 flip phone and put android on it.
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