Summary: If you have ever rented a world phone from Verizon this is typically the kind they give you, at least from my experience. It's far from fancy but it gets the job done and can withstand the abuse the comes with travel.
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...
Summary: The phone itself is a capable android phone. A little bulky, but that is to be assumed when you are talking about a slider. Moto blur is really convoluted. I alson think it may be the reason Motorola is not updating these phones. 2.1 is probably all your gonna get with this phone.
Summary: I moved from AT&T to Verizon for better coverage in Northern New Hampshire. With AT&T I had a Motorola Z9 slide phone and wanted to keep GSM capabilities and Motorola style and functions. I also didn't want a 2 year contract. I went with the Z6c because it's both CDMA and GSM.
Summary: I love the physical appearance of the phone. I love the metal exterior and the keyboard. I love how I can keep up with facebook, twitter, multiple email accounts and more. I love how it retrieves contacts from facebook and email accounts.
Summary: I had to clean all of the make up off the phone, plus I'm a little worried that the lcd screen is loose because it keeps flickering and the charging port isn't very secure so a wire may be loose. Not too many scratches and the phone works properly. Pretty good deal overall.