Summary: The phone itself is a capable android phone. A little bulky, but that is to be assumed when you are talking about a slider. Moto blur is really convoluted. I alson think it may be the reason Motorola is not updating these phones. 2.1 is probably all your gonna get with this phone.
Summary: For a flip phone the Pebl is pretty standard issue Motorola. It has the standard motorola fit and finish making it a reliable little phone. Ergonomic's are key to this little phone. Its smooth and rounded and feels nice to carry and fits great in your pocket. The buttons on the face are flat and smooth as well as placed close together so if you have big fingers you will accidentally push the wrong button sometimes.
Summary: I bought this for a friend as he has been overpaying his phone bills for quite some time and this is one model a step below what I currently have. the condition of the screen was a bit scraped but the screen/clarity was clear. I hope he now can talk endlessly on a boost format than a monthly with the threat of going over....just a good selection for the type of phone and format. Moto is usually good and to be in that format is good as well.
Summary: Pros: Small, slim design. Java apps. Walkie-Talkie capable. Easy to set up with Boost. Great signal. Uses standard mini-usb port. Cons: Very small screen with low resolution. The keypad buttons are hard to push (might be due to my used phone). Thoughts: Im using this phone as a GPS tracker for my car, so I will not be using it has a normal phone. Therefore I do not know how the call quality is or how it is to text on it.
Summary: This phone is very complicated to use use for the first several weeks. It is a very good android phone and t-mobile has 100's of free apps. all the apps you have to pay for through apple are free on t-mobile = AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!...The thing I hate the most about this phone is on your contacts it stores all of your myspace, twitter, and facebook contacts all on your contacts list and you cant find your regular phone contacts and have to go to a different menu view to see...
Summary: If you are previously an iPhone user, do NOT ever even consider getting this phone. It provides a much worse user experience. If you are really, really into Android, think other Android phones! If you still really, really want to get Cliq, I strongly suggest you to think again!
Excerpt: This phone would be awesome (emphasis on would be) if verizon hadn't stuck it up their behind. With the Motorola juix interface, it would be a heck of a lot more usable, except for the fact verizon stuck it up their behinds and the ensuing blood that came out was used to color the menus. Mainly, I have a problem with verizon's continuous raping of awesome phones- wait, they don't have awesome phones, all they have are crappy Samsungs and LGs and some p.o.s. GZones.