Summary: Just LOVE my "new" phone! Had this model for 3 years & loved it, but finally wore it out. Was unable to get a new one from my carrier, as they no longer make it. OK, so I'm resistant to change. Just not ready for a phone that's smarter than me, but mostly not wanting to have to pay extra each month for another data plan on top of what we're already paying for features I don't need. I also much prefer the smaller size over the ever bigger smart phones.
Summary: Purchased this phone because I had one and I really liked how easy it was to use. Did not need a smart phone and Verizon no longer carried this model. I appreciate that I was able to find another at such a great price.
Summary: The phone is working well and is a good choice for an inexpensive replacement phone. It is sturdy if a little heavy but the sound and functions work well. Settings are easy to adjust and the screen is easy to read.
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.
It's a cool phone with fun features but annoying at times.
3 May 2011
Summary: I researched and researched this phone before I got it and saw that there were many good reviews on it. It is less expensive than the Droid with all of the same features. I got this phone around November and was delighted when I first received it It was a lot of cool features such as Twitter and Facebook updates and streaming videos from Youtube along with many applications to choose from. Now, I'm on my second phone. The buttons are small and can be annoying to press.
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: Likes: Sturdy design, spacious keyboard, Android OS. Dislikes: POOR battery life, shuts itself off, requires multiple chargings per day, web surfing is slow & pages don't load, deletes contacts, call quality is POOR, loses 3G even next to Verizon tower at the store. I LOVE Android but this phone is the PITS. Worst one I've ever had. I'm getting rid of it ASAP. Do. Not. Buy.
Summary: I purchased this phone because my original Motorola Droid once again went crazy and, was of no use to me any longer. Plus, I have always admired the Devour so, I felt it was time to explore this phone. When I first got the phone it worked great. I bought it as a never used phone. As time (1 week later) went on the phone started dropping calls. Or, if I was in a call ppl would constantly say they could not hear me.
Summary: If you are looking for the perfect phone this is the one. The only thing that is missing is the water proof feature although it can take a splash or two without any issues. Too bad they are not making these devices anymore.