KS, 28 Aug 2011how do u unlock it.? .im 4rm fiji..help pliz hi where did you got this phone from
the phone great ,i just buy it last month.now i have 3 great phone, htc sensation xe,samsung galaxy s2,and motorola droid 3.
AnonD-27104, 21 Oct 2011im living in Vietnam, i've just bought this phone for 1 month . it's so great...good phone. ca... moreYeee,me too. I used it for 3 months. It gets a great battery. Camera 8.0mpx is true color and sharp.
im living in Vietnam, i've just bought this phone for 1 month . it's so great...good phone. can use all networks. dont have any problem...awesome
Lacks up.to.date cutting edge cpu/gpu. Needs IPS display. Insufficient RAM when other oem's using 1g min...decent but moto has to push itself back to leading edge or it'll end up as below tier1 mfg status. Probably best physical qwerty kb available at moment but only if you're with single carrier offering device. Hers hoping google will push moto back to its previous reputation for producing some best in class devices. Otherwise it means going to samsung provided sammie builds some hw qwerty kb's soon.
Anonymous, 17 Sep 2011is this phone released in australia
Your best bet to purchase this phone in Australia is to purchase from somewhere like 'Mobicity' (check the 'Check Price' links to the left).
I'm an Australian and got my Droid 3 from there with no problems.
I've had the Droid 3 for about 2 months now.
I've had no problems with the supposed weight - it makes the phone quite solid and sturdy - mine has already had a few drops.
The screen is good - not that great in sunlight however compared to other screen technologies.
(On a personal note - I find the 4" a bit small at times, but it's still as big as QWERTY phones get at the moment)
No FM Radio is a bit of a downer. It's a bit hard to understand why it wasn't included. I ended up buying an external radio. It's frustrating that it's not included.
The keyboard is quite good - there a few odd button placements (especially secondary functions) that take some time getting used to however.
It's probably a personal preference thing - but I'd prefer hardware buttons on the side rather than the capacitive/touch ones.
Even when new, the power/lock button feels a bit flimsy, like it can be difficult to push in at times.
Overall I think it's a great choice for those who want a physical keyboard. Having a physical keyboard also frees up so much screen space when using the phone (as you don't need to fill up half of it with a virtual keyboard), which is really handy.
Nice but its ranked after Galaxy S2. Querty keypad is good but it has incressed its size and weight, which can never say right at this time when the world is becoming more and more portable.
To the shit, it has passed 3 mounths from is us realesed. D3 will not come to europe, well i dont want this phone yet :( Why moto dont want sell in eu? The previus millestone neither hit shelves in eu
THIS phone will b most benificial for countries whre cdma tech is uses like china....... anon
please review gsmarena
world first qwerty slider and duel core is here
motorola is realy unrivaled in qwerty slider class smartphone