Excerpt: I bought this phone when I switched from Verizon's Droid 3.Big mistake. I've had two of these phones and the screen glitched up and broke each time after several months of usage. I was forced to keep keyboard slid out at all times, so that the screen wouldn't glitch up.
Summary: I am not satisfied with functionality of this product. I both this product and took it to central Africa. t worked for 3 weeks and then stopped. I have been told that this product has problems to be properly unlocked. I will not recommend this product to others. KK
Summary: After using 1 year there's gonna b some battery problems. After two years u will have to take a charger with u whereever u go so that u dont run out of charge.That is a big problem if u plan to use it for a while.
Excerpt: The phone is sturdy without feeling bulky. It's sharp looking and the gorilla glass is great for resisting scratches. Unfortunately, there's nothing else good to say about this phone. Features and usability are average at best. Typical Sprint bloatware doesn't help. 4G is horrible.
Pros: It hasn't shorted out in my pocket
Cons: Motorola's bait and switch on the OS support. Come out with a year old OS and then never up date., Locking down the firmware - on top of not supporting upgrades., Sprint - need I say more?
Excerpt: Allow me to preface this by saying that the ONLY reason I have had this phone this long is because I have been waiting for an upgrade. However, due to Sprint's poor service, I am switching to a different carrier altogether.
Pros: Durable design., Excellent camera., Large display.
Cons: Made by satan as a joke on the rest of us who bought this., See summary.
Excerpt: I had such high hopes for my first Android (coming off the failed Palm Pre). And while this phone started out well, soon it was in BIG TROUBLE and no amount of factory resetting helped the slowness going screen to screen, the failure of the touch screen, the slowness of loading a website.
Pros: Solid feel though a bit heavy, I've dropped it several times and AOK
Cons: After 6 months totally craps out, Moto's broken promise to upgrade system
Excerpt: I got this phone as a swap for my s2 which has now had major over heating issues, leading to failure twice. This was suppost to be an acceptable and comparable solution. In comparison it is slow unresponsive, a lot less intuitive than my S2 and general a pain in the neck to operate in comparison.
Pros: It is though but it needs be as your going to want to chunk it., It looks nice, but so does a $5 dollar paper weight., The Display is good, The camera may be good the phone it self was to slow use it though
Cons: Slow, Clunky unintuitive UI, Dismal battery life, Slow text input, Bad call quality, Bad reception, Multi-media yeah right you would be lucky to take photos at an effective speed with this thing, Internet I could boot my laptop faster and check the things I need to faster., Over all a Disappointm...