Summary: A previous reviewer wrote that his Z8 was permanently set to display the symbol for British pounds sterling. This is NOT true. The monetary amounts displayed by the Z8 can easily be changed to show dollars or yen or whatever.
Summary: I still love the slider functionality. I needed a replacement phone in order to get rid of my Crappy Windows based Samsung Omnia. It was hard to find an older phone that Verizon would activate without the mandatory data plan. This was one of very few that I found.
Summary: I drive a muscle car, and obviously the engine is very loud. I recently dropped my HTC Dream in a puddle and it stopped working, so I ordered this. It was affordable and was made by a trusted brand (Motorola). Now when i'm driving I can actually hear my phone ring, and even hear my text tones.
Great Phone, with a single drawback. Not USA friendly.
24 February 2010
Summary: Let's get the bad out of the way first. It was never released as an American phone. There are limited U.S. settings. The phone does not recognize all American Time Zones. The currency is British Pounds. The units of measure are Metric. That can get a tad bit annoying. That's the drawback.
Summary: Great Phone! I like the phone its sleek and the battery last for 4-5 days with normal use. THe phone also has the ability to get TV from it and that is amazing. Also the camera being a 2 mp camera witht he display takes awsome pics .
Summary: These are great phones! They are thin, light and nice looking. It's the best phone, and with it plugged into the aux jack in my stereo to play MP3s, a bluetooth in with the VZ navigator service, it's all I need in the car. Awesome, awesome phone.