Excerpt: This phone was at one point the top phone on the Motorola portfolio. Technologically it still is. I love this phone because of that. I totally love gadgets, and this phone is the best gadget that this company have ever released.
Summary: Bought this for my son. Like the easiness in operating it. It wasn't too fancy and just what I was looking for for my 11 year old. The keys were worn more than would have liked, but he didn't notice so it worked out well.
Summary: I got this phone it worked fine the first 3 days, would never read my memory card, now when i try to call out it shuts itself off, and when people try to call me it goes strait to my voicemail, biggest peice of crap i've ever bought, i am now having to spend more money to replace the phone i just got bullcrap
Summary: I like this phone because its simple and easy to use. I like how small and light weight it is and the reception on it is as good as any other phone i've had. The things I don't like about the phone is that the picture quality is not that great and that Verizon doesn't let you customize the phone as much as you can if you got the same phone from U.S. Cellular. I would recomend buying this phone to a friend.
Summary: I wanted a simple phone w/o all the bells and whistles. one that slides and isn't touch screen.. in the long run this phone is perfect for what i need. i live my life by the calendar and this one helps keep my schedule great. The only thing that bothers me sometimes is hte lock function freezes when i have it slid to open, but other than that.. great phone. perfect for those that need a good working phone, simple camera, nothing fancy.
Summary: I was looking for a Motorola phone with the real good reception in remote areas and after research decided on the Motorizr Z6tv. It has very good reception but the biggest draw back in my opinion is the small screen size. At 50 years of age my eyes aren't what they used to be and it is nearly impossible for me to read the screen to see the time, caller Id when I receive a call or even reading the menus.