Summary: first i had to pay 15.00 more dollars to get the corp email to work (to verizon) and then i was on the phone with motorola for 10 hours trying to get the emails to push to my phone ther could not figure it out i was pushed to a level 3 and 3 days later i am still waiting for a call back. guess what i went back to the Iphone 4 s it will do all this and more sorry motorola but you still have a long way to go if you want to bet in the market for the professionals.
Pros: it is fast if all you do is play
Cons: will not wrok email with micro soft exchange
Excerpt: I'm DONE with Motorola... either they're all just bad phones or I've had the worst luck in the world with this brand. I've owned three V3's, two V3(RED)'s, two V9's, three V950 Renegade's and now the VE20, all with Sprint. They all freeze and crash when either texting or using applications. I just got the VE20 7 days ago and already it's freezing and rebooting when sending text or adding or editing alarms... I'm DONE with Motorola for sure!!
Excerpt: This phone is horrible! ive only had it for 2 months and i cant wait to get a new one. it randomly decides to restart in the middle of textin and i cant delete or move any of my pictures b/c the phone shuts off! save yourself the headaches and dont buy this phone!
Pros: i can check my hair in the shiney front...its like a mirror
Excerpt: Pros: Not many, you can edit pictures, add text, has 3.5 ear phone jack. Cons: - Freezes a lot of the time, doesnt want to send text messages, takes too long to erase messages, restarts for no reason, drops calls when I have a good signal. This is the US Cellular version. I switched from the LG Rhythm, and regret it, the LG Rhythm was much better. Paying to get out of contract early so I can swith to the new power phone, the HTC Touch Pro.
Excerpt: My irritation with Motorola on this phone was immediate. It freezes up, inexplicably shuts off/restarts. It also has very slow navigation. It is hard to understand how they could take the RAZR, a perfectly good phone and run it into the ground with "updates". I'm on my second one from Alltel and am having the same problems as the first. I will say that several features are nice.
Excerpt: All of the things that made the Motorola V3M a good buy for me 2 years ago make the VE 20 an utter failure. Normally the replacement product is supposed to be better than the previous product which is why you even bother to purchase it. Here you will see Motorola missed the boat miserably and fell in the water. Motorola cheapened the phone by ditching the metal screen hinge that has served me well in the V3M.
Pros: Shiny surfaces to see the reflection of your face of disgust in.
Cons: Too many to list - Please read the review. I am glad to be free of this phone and I had it less that 48 hours. I actually downgraded back to my BROKEN V3M to get away from this phone.
Excerpt: I have had this phone for several weeks now, since it was just out in stores, and I have had it long enough to give a ewview. In my opinion, its not so good with reception, the ring of the phone is not nearly loud enough- to hard to hear others while on the phone, it's quite confusing, and the xtra features are not to great. I basically wanted a good phone, but got this insyead. It feels cheap and has constant freeze up, or shuts itself off. I am on my 3rd one..
Excerpt: I recently purchased the Razr VE20 from Sprint. I have heard that Motorola has had a problem with it's Razr telephones but I decided to give the new VE20 version a try. I activated the phone with Sprint and attempted a software update. That was as much as I was able to do. The telephone froze up like a pop sickle. Now I have to return the brand new telephone to Sprint. The Pros: The phone looks nice.