Excerpt: I hate this phone ,i've had it for about a year and 3 months. The apps are slow, It always says that I'm low on device storage and i only have one app. Sometimes when someone is calling it wont let me answer .. and my mom thinks i do it on purpose. I've had 3 of these terrible phones and now I'm upgrading to a iphone 4s. I am so excited! Also back started coming off like 3 mth. after I got it and then it wouldn't stay on anymore.
Summary: This phone takes some time setting things up! Some of the icons are confusing, navigating is a little difficult! But the only real negative is the back cover, really cheap and breakable! I do like the qwerty board its the best I have used so far! I would have to say this phone is mainly for the computer savvy individual not really for someone who only text& talk!
Summary: this smartphone has the android market and a square scroll pad. this is a great phone, but my experience with this phone isn't the best. it works on it's own, sometimes the screen doesn't even work and it freezes a lot. Then at other times i can't talk on the phone because for some reason you won't be able to hear the other person, also sometimes the only way i can talk on the phone is if i put it on speaker.
Excerpt: Hate this phone!! I have been through 3 replacements of this phone and it still doesn't work right. The screen freezes up and I have to take the battery out to get it to shut off. It shuts off by it self all the time even when just sliding the keyboard in or out it will shut off. It always sounds staticy and I can hear an echo when I talk. Over all I do not like this phone at all!!!
Summary: The Motorola Cliq is a decently build, touch screen, android phone. The capacitive touch screen is very sensitive and reponds accurately to touch. It has average overall internal memory for apps and runs a 528mhz processor. The phone has recently been upgraded to android 2.1, and the download for it is available at motorola.com.
Summary: A great phone for first time Android users. Pros: Touch screen + keyboard ( most new Android phones are phasing that out ) one of the best hard keyboards I've ever used. Cons: still a first gen Android phone in both specs and firmware ( the only android phone still running Android 1.5, though a update in July will change that ). Sometimes the touch screen isn't responsive and has "dead spots", though when you close the app or restart it, that usually goes away.