Summary: Great cell phone, screens are easily readable in direct sunlight with sunglasses on. Great sound quality and reception, works where many other phone don't. I actually haven't found a bad service area yet. Battery life is great, and the phone feels and is very sturdy. Only downsize is it doesn't support java apps, only brew which is very limiting. Along with the built in web browser, that won't let you change the home page or let you enter in an address directly.
Summary: It is a very reliable phone that is easy to use. The only problem which is really not that big of a deal is the charger port is slightly hard to connect a charger or data cable. Other then that I would recommend this to anyone who just needs a reliable basic verizon phone.
Summary: ok. I made a wrong decision, the product is very good but in my country I can not use. CDMA technology does not apply here. I have the MOTRLA Devoir unused, need to sell. I repeat, not as bad vedo but because its technology does not help. tannk.
Good phone, well made, lives up to the Motorola name.
30 April 2011
Summary: I genuinely like this phone. I like the ease of operation and accessibility to social networking updates and emails. The apps are okay, but the phone is of good quality. The QWERTY keyboard is a little small for my sausage fingers (cause I'm a bigger guy) but most people probably wouldn't have a problem with it. The battery doesn't have much of a life to it when you have wifi, bluetooth and other things running at the same time. When you shut these off, it lasts longer.
Summary: A great Motorola product that you can get at a fair price. Android operating system with a touch screen as well as a keyboard so this device should work well for anyone. The "conversation" concept for managing texts is nice and the camera has good quality. The only downfall I have so far with this device is that he camera does not appear to have support for a flash.