Motorola MOTO W755 is a Cheap Cell Phone. Terrily made.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I am on my SECOND one of these phones. The first one broke when I threw it. Admittedly, I shouldn't have done that. HOWEVER, the one I have NOW, broke on its OWN! So, I have nothing left to conclude but that they are cheaply made. The buttons on the side make the voice recognition thing come on all the time, so as I sit in church, the lady yells 'PLEASE WAIT" and I'm really wishing I could turn off that option!
Pros: Display features are decent. Camera resolution is average.
Cons: Battery only stays charged for 1 day. I ordered a 2nd battery and it too doesn't stay charged. Speed dial for #1 is pre-set to voice mail and can't be changed (forced me to add 1 to all my regular speed dials).
Cons: There are so many cons of this phone, had it for less than 30 days and its already broken. Shuts off for no reason, also freezes and runs supper slow. Also can hear echos dearing almost every call. Phone just out right stinks.
Cons: Phone continues to freeze and re-boot for no reason. Verizon Wireless stated on July 12th, 2009 this is a known issue and Moto is in the process of updating the software. However, it could take Verizon Wireless 1-2 months to receive the update.
Pros: The keyboard is fine... how can you mess that up, though?
Cons: I wanted a basic phone -- not too much to ask. This phone has poor, poor sound quality. The external display is miniscule -- you can never tell who is calling you. Furthermore -- can I have a decent ringtone? Very frustrating phone.
Pros: -features are fine...but similar to those found on most other phones -speaker phone works good
Cons: -screen very small compared to my old Razr -poor call quality -uncomfortable against ear -front of flip has gap that after 1 day is gathering crud -volume/speaker phone buttons spaced too close together -'up' menu button not very responsive