Bend_Yer_Lug, 06 Feb 2012Perhaps we Europeans prefere the touch screens to the out-dated "qwerty" phones that... moreI'm European and I loved my Milestone.
You're not the sharpest one are you?
In the case of the droid 4, you have a powerful 4" Android smartphone, with all it's features. Just as any other. However, it also features a great physical keyboard, and the is superiour to touch when it comes to writing.
Sure, touch-typing, swype etc is 'ok', but the qwerty still rocks.
In addition, when suring/writing on a plain touch-screen - there's no place to rest your fingers. Holding a qwerty-slider is far superior - thumbs on the keypad, the rest on the back cover and the edges in your palm.
It feels, and works, great.
I now have the RAZR, and just as with others using same type - plain touch - I wish I had some place to hold my phone more easy, without always having my finger(s) lifted from the screen - action keys.
Anonymous, 06 Feb 2012Are you sure you didn't read the RAZR's manual? :p
Droid 4 HAS removable battery.My bad :p
Battery is un-removable.
One can remove the back-cover to insert sim and SD card, but not remove the battery.
Bend_Yer_Lug, 03 Feb 2012Perhaps we Europeans prefere the touch screens to the out-dated "qwerty" phones that... moreWhy qwerty is outdated? And when did the Europeans come out with the first touchscreen phone?
Motorola started with a "PDA" backpack attached on a StarTAC, and started the touchscreen with A1688.
And can you type as fast using touchscreen vs. qwerty? Why don't you try to use touch screen instead of keyboard for your desktop at work or home?
GrafZeppelin127, 03 Feb 2012Battery is not removable. User manual is online at Motorola site. Are you sure you didn't read the RAZR's manual? :p
Droid 4 HAS removable battery.
GrafZeppelin127, 03 Feb 2012Battery is not removable. User manual is online at Motorola site. Are you sure the battery is not removable?
Perhaps we Europeans prefere the touch screens to the out-dated "qwerty" phones that fail everytime?!
100 Moto, 02 Feb 2012Can anyone confirm if the battery is removable? Thanks.Battery is not removable. User manual is online at Motorola site.
[deleted post]Probably due to the 2G days, the airtime in US proved to be quite expensive, and people started to text a lot. (2G phones like Motorola Karma QA1 already has qwerty keyboard)
Also US mostly only uses English, (although many also "speaks" Spanish) European countries are rather diversified. Germans use German, French use French, British use English.
Santanu Dey, 02 Feb 2012I am happy with my stock moto rom... if you need an unlocked bootloader , then moto has releas... moreYou can use Stock Rom in Unlocked Bootlaoder and you can also get Warranty....Just like most COMPANIES do....Simple na Baby
Hardy17, 02 Feb 2012Please Motorola first UNLOCK THE BOOTLOADER and than launch the phone.....I am happy with my stock moto rom... if you need an unlocked bootloader , then moto has released an Non-Warranty, unlocked version of the RAZR..... for others it would be following the same...
Please Motorola first UNLOCK THE BOOTLOADER and than launch the phone.....
fewer posts hint that there are no jealous fanboys to baffle around with samung is great, apple is great stuff.. Good for Motorola.
at the same time , i guess they have to expand their marketing and sales on global level, which needs an exquisite design ( they are doing good job with droid & MAX series though) after sale support and pricing.
Almost no improvement compared to Droid3
And not even amoled
Motorola, c'mon you can do much better than you do
Why do all the QWERTYs only go to the US? We need this in Europe ... please?
Anonymous, 02 Feb 2012Missing 1) Dual SIM 2) Stylus input also If you, for some reason, want to use a stylus on an Android phone then buy a stylus yourself. Just make sure to get the type you can use on capacitive screens ;)