reth evolve, 24 Dec 2009i'm confused too because both of this and HD2 phone are hi-tech gadget but if want speed inter... morethe big problem of hd2 is lagy win mobile os
android is very very beter
and android is perfect
Anonymous, 24 Dec 2009milestone or hd2 ? which one is beter choice for i ? i'm confused too because both of this and HD2 phone are hi-tech gadget but if want speed internet connection go for this one,if want big screen go for HD2,just notice HD2 got big RAM and Windows Mobile 6.5 and Wi-Fi router.. ^_^
What makes the Droid's screen so tough? Gorilla Glass, of course
The Motorola Droid is, by far, an industrial-type phone. Solid in the hand, it just feels tough. And that's not by accident. While any glass screen can be cracked, the Droid's is less susceptible to scratches, thanks to its special "Gorilla Glass." We'll leave the science to the scientists. But it has something to do with ions. Here's how it was broken down to SmartPlanet:
Like many glasses used in these kinds of applications, Gorilla glass chemically strengthened. Glass is a brittle material. Brittle materials are extremely strong under compression but extremely weak under tension. When you chemically temper a glass, you immerse it in a salt bath and you stuff larger ions in all the surfaces and put them all under compression.
What’s unique about Gorilla Glass is that because of its inherent composition, it can allow those larger ions to penetrate the surface more deeply to increase the compression tolerance and tolerate deeper scratches
Beautiful Widgets drama, Moto Droid home screens, Android Apps
Quick App: TETRIS for Moto Droid
You knew this was eventually going to happen. An official version of Tetris, from EA Mobile, was just released and it takes full advantage of the Motorola Droid's gorgeous screen.
With smooth animations along with some pretty decent music and sound effects, you have yourself a version of Tetris that competes with the best of them. Sadly, there is no multiplayer mode, but you do get three challenging single player modes -- Marathon mode, Ultra, and Forty Line.
This is a very polished version of Tetris, although I noticed the controls at times seemed a little clumsy, especially at higher levels. Hopefully an update will fix this. The other negative is that you can not use the Droids directional pad. Now perhaps I am being a bit harsh, because at the end of the day it is Tetris, and it's addicting.
Tether your Droid with a wee bit of work
Let's face it: A smartphone doesn't really reach manhood until it can achieve the almighty tether -- we'll ignore for the moment whether it's Kosher with your carrier. And you can now tether with the Motorola Droid.
Sure, you previously could use PDANet. And while that's fine for many, it's just not the same. It you want true tethering, however, you're going to have to work for it. A new firmware isn't a small matter, but the instructions are now available, thanks to DroidForums user webacoustics. We'll warn you in advance: Read the instructions. Then read them again. And if you're not sure what you're doing, don't do it. But otherwise, happy tethering!
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970I thing in aug 2010 sony ericsson will be purchased by some other company
ha ha ha
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970se ! lol
se just make high mega pixel camera but other features are nothing
they even dont release x2 and x10 when you talk about new se Namami ?!
Anonymous, 24 Dec 2009milestone or hd2 ? which one is beter choice for i ? milestone is very beter for display , os , hardware and software , camera , and price
Anonymous, 24 Dec 2009milestone or hd2 ? which one is beter choice for i ? milestone is beter than all htc phone
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2009this one already available in Hong Kong. Price is too much but i think is worth it...!!! 1U$=7... moreAlso for your comparison, iphone 3GS 16GB costs US$705 in HK, unlock and no contract.....minus qwerty keyboard and external memory and external battery...and Crystal Talk which makes a phone really a PHONE.
Then if one doesn't use the phone function, why bother with iphone when ipod touch can do the job well.
Yes, I'm not totally against iphone, as my wife is using one.
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2009this one already available in Hong Kong. Price is too much but i think is worth it...!!! 1U$=7... moreAs mentioned, MSRP for this phone in HK is around US$600, being unlock with no contract with 8GB card (no cradle unfortunately)
For those who can afford monthly fee of around US$50 per month (unlimited data), price of handset is $0.
Personally I'm waiting for the cradle as part of the free gift, which may mean the end of Jan...
this one already available in Hong Kong. Price is too much but i think is worth it...!!! 1U$=7.8HK$ check it out at one of the provides... http://www.smartone-vodafone.c....jsp?id=1183