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Motorola MILESTONE now available through O2 Germany

17 November, 2009 | Read the news | Post your comment
Motorola MILESTONE now available through O2 Germany - read the full textWe can hardly remember the last time a Motorola handset caused as much excitement as the Motorola MILESTONE. The good news is that starting today you can get yours from O2 (but only in Germany). The Motorola MILESTONE costs 1 euro with a 2-year 20 euro/month contract and it's not SIM-locked....


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wat boout da housing, like cheap material... not interested at all

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  • 2009-11-19 10:15
  • TSRn

> In reply to dee @ 2009-11-18 11:52 from MA8m - click to readYes, I guess you've tried it in your pockets and saw that your d**k just vanished out of being out-dimensioned by the Milestone!

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  • 2009-11-19 04:18
  • wY5@

I would like to see this launched in the international market, along with its other Android powerhouses. You can do it!

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  • 2009-11-19 00:53
  • v0qu

try putting it into your trouser pocket

youll see the difference

not just about weight but overall dimensions

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  • 2009-11-18 11:52
  • MA8m

> In reply to dee @ 2009-11-17 16:48 from MA8m - click to readDo you think 12g are the difference between a normal device and an brick?

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  • 2009-11-18 10:21
  • wMHH

Killer ......!

After a long time Motorola has come up with a device which will rock the market both in design and Specs

This might be your starting point again Moto .... best of luck ... !

I'll continue buying Nokia and SE phones

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  • 2009-11-18 10:00
  • P$uD

> In reply to JAG @ 2009-11-18 08:48 from LGqc - click to readOnly for 24.5 days, then the camera will go bad again for the next 24.5 days.

There's a bug in the timestamp software of the autofocus of the camera which goes in 24.5 day cycles.

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  • 2009-11-18 09:25
  • vaHV

> In reply to malik @ 2009-11-18 06:29 from M8T2 - click to readDroid's camera was fixed

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  • 2009-11-18 08:48
  • LGqc

pls gsm arena.. review this phone it really seems interesting but heard the camera is below par...

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  • 2009-11-18 06:29
  • M8T2

> In reply to slx @ 2009-11-18 02:14 from PUpS - click to readHeard rumors about this phone, & perhaps along with Dext, will be available in HK in Dec.

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  • 2009-11-18 05:14
  • Er2M

at least the GSM Droid version XD

wanna see it soon in caribbean.

I like this phone

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  • 2009-11-18 03:08
  • LGq1

i could only wish it comes to Asia market. damn it is sexy!

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  • 2009-11-18 02:14
  • PUpS

> In reply to Anonymous @ 2009-11-18 00:18 from 25EE - click to readAccording to the specs from GSM Arena:

Weight for Milestone: 161g
Weight for N900: 181g

Again, Moto lost the battle from the "heavy weight champion"....not that Moto was ever famous for making bricks, if not walls, ever since the MicroTAC days (when being compared to other brands)

Yeah, I can't recall if the almighty brand ever made any phone as small as the V3688/V150 like Moto...

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  • 2009-11-18 01:29
  • Er2M

is it heavy like N900?

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  • 2009-11-18 00:18
  • 25EE

Ive owned about 5 nokia's since the first N95, but this is my first non-nokia. i love it so far, the screen quality blows any nokia out the box. android is better than i far so very very good

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  • 2009-11-18 00:15
  • Yftp

> In reply to alex @ 2009-11-17 15:18 from sEKG - click to readmakes me laugh when people are saying "this phone is crap compare to that one" and actually didn't put their hands on any of the devices.

I had both in hands and they're BOTH excellent devices.
Well done Motorola and Nokia. That's the way to go!

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  • 2009-11-17 17:51
  • 0HWb

the n900 much like the palm pre isn't a phone that rocks the phone world. they are mere displays of what their underlying OS can do. in future versions of these phones i can really easily see the implementation of super badass hardware to run fluidily with their OS.

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  • 2009-11-17 17:46
  • Q@$x

It seems like Motorola and SE has seen the light. Although I usually hate both brands because until very recently they both seemed as if they had a competition of who can build the most phones that nobody would buy.
If both companies can only become competitive in the low to medium end market, it will be like a slice of cool from a cake of awesome.

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  • 2009-11-17 17:19
  • f4MB

plus the 900 is heavy as a brick

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  • 2009-11-17 16:48
  • MA8m

> In reply to [deleted post]you are right.
i am not Nokia fan, but we need to compare head-to-head before reaching that conclusion.
but of course, the fact that droid is available earlier than N900 is a plus point by itself.

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  • 2009-11-17 16:11
  • ucwQ

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