Summary: I first got this phone back in July, It came with Android 2.2 . It had a lot of bugs and always restarted. I almost started to regret my decision to get this phone. It sounded like 2.3 was never going to be released to this phone. I'm glad I stuck with this phone. End of September, Motorola and Sprint finally released Android 2.3 and since then I've had very very little problems with this phone. It works great, I love the QWERTY keyboard. Battery life is EXCELLENT.
In the end this phone will serve the business guy well.
6 July 2012
Summary: This phone I find pretty impressing. I am coming from an Evo 4g to this phone. Reason be is I need a phone that has international capabilities. Not happy coming down to a smalller screen but there wasn't many options. For starters this phone is fairly quick. Not anything to compare to the newer models such as dual processors but gives a fair run along side of my old Evo 4g. Features are fair but the size igs me.
Love! Fabulous for those of us who love BB setup, but prefer Android
3 May 2012
Summary: I bought the Motorola XPRT to replace the HTC Evo I have- specifically for the physical QWERTY keyboard/touchscreen combo. I love the setup of Blackberry, but not so in love with the Blackberry OS, so this has everything I want/need with Android! I find the browser and apps to load very quickly, even compared to my Evo. I was able to easily transfer my contacts through Google, and just switched out my 8GB SD card loaded with all my pictures, videos and ringtones.
Summary: Coming from years of blackberry use, the keyboard is a little tight, but responsive. I wanted to try the android OS but I wanted to have a physical keyboard, and this was it. I think overall it is a solid phone. It feels good in your hand and has good call quality. The browser is good, especially coming from a BB, but if this matters to you, the Facebook app is very slow to load , and you are better just going through the browser.
Summary: Overall a very good phone. The touch screen is easy to use. This is my first smart phone and got this one because it's only a 3G(because my plan charges extra for 4G). I'm sure there are things that it can do that I havent figured out yet. The book is a little lacking. Battery life is decent(about every other day, average). Takes pretty good pics. Evos and others still take better. The XPRT makes good phone calls. As far as 3G phones go...
"Good to go so far, 4 months in Europe and Middle East."
8 October 2011
Pros: Great layout on the keyboard. The battery lasts forever. Easy fit into my pocket. I dont like belt clips or bulky cases. Biggest plus is that it comes unlocked. You can put a foreign sim card in and you are good to go.
Cons: The GSM/UMTS antenna isnt the best. I've got two coworkers, one with an iPhone 4 and the other with a blackberry bold and they get better reception on the same networks. For work I have a Droid 2 Global and it has the same issue. Not sure if its a Motorol