Motorola Droid (2 GB) Smartphone
Price Range:$90.00 to $489.99
Motorola A853 Milestone is high-end smartphone notable for its large, high-resolution touch display and thin body with ... Read More
Motorola A853 Milestone is high-end smartphone notable for its large, high-resolution touch display and thin body with slide-out keyboard . Other key features include GPS navigation with full turn-by-turn directions, 5.0-megapixel auto-focus camera with video capture , EVDO Rev. A data, WiFi , 3.5mm headphone jack, memory card slot , and voice search . Minimize
Product Review Summary
57 Reviews from Epinions.com
Sep 2, 2010
My Droid is a nice toy, but a lousy phone with NO battery Life!
Pros: Interesting applications, "Fart Droid" application keeps the kids entertained.
Cons: NO BATTERY LIFE!!!! UNRELIABLE PHONE!!!! .(Cannot trust it to make a phone call) Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 25, 2009
Cheap Iphone Knock off
Pros: Very high build quality
Cons: Jack of all trades. Master of none.
Geeky and fumbly "Secret-Agent" device that carries a costly contract and does nothing well. A cheap Iphone knock-off sucking up to Google and Youtube for advertisement and brand identity. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 4, 2011
Doid I like, Motorola - that's a different story
Pros: It's Droid
Cons: Locks up and restarts on it's own daily (2-3 times)
Extremely short battery life Read More at Epinions.com
May 4, 2010
Droid Does, Verizon and Motorola Customer Service Doesn't
Pros: Fantastic operating system and generally good hardware design
Cons: Lack of support unless manufacturing defects fall within narrow parameters.
If you get this phone expect to love it when it works and to hate both Verizon and Motorola when it doesn't. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 10, 2012
Smart but not so Strong!
Pros: Cool QWERTY keypad, easy to use, nice display, and good battery life.
Cons: Not durable enough! Drop it once, suffer forever!
Software-wise, it's amazing, but not durable enough! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 25, 2010
What good is a phone that can't function as a phone?
Pros: Pocket sized computer, great apps!
Cons: TOO MUCH BLOATWARE (ADWARE) using resources/bandwidth.
For the built in bloatware apps using battery/bandwidth you can't disable (unless rooting), smartphones should be a fraction of the price.
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Dec 9, 2009
Pros: Customizable, voice activation, GPS.
Cons: Flaky, bad Outlook interface, problematic sound quality
Wait. This phone has too many issues at the moment. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 12, 2009
Strike Three for Verizon, Strike Three for Android...
Pros: Sharp Screen, Voice Quality, Decent Battery Life, Thin for a slider, Google Maps
Cons: Android OS, Awful Keyboards, Too slow, App Storage, Build Quality, Ugly, No multitouch
It's another disappointing smartphone from Verizon, and another Android handset that fails to live up to the promises of the platform. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 19, 2011
Motorola Droid (Original)
Pros: Android, 16gb SD pre-installed, customizable, notifications, free music, graphics
Cons: low storage, slows down, battery life, out of date
If i were you i would look into getting the HTC Thunderbolt or even wait for the Droid Bionic. Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 6, 2009
Does DROID Really Do What iDon't?
Pros: Arguably the best, most responsive Android device.
Cons: Individual features do not reach the bar set by "other" touchscreen phones.
The DROID offers a snappier experience than previous Android phones, but, some design issues, lack of multitouch and uniqueness make it just "ho - hum". Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 14, 2009
Pros: -Fast Phone
-Viewing Docs very good as I am business owner
-Screen quality better than I-Phone
Cons: -Camera is slow, Google maps do not work Read More at Epinions.com