This phone is really good. Keyboard is nice and easy to use even with my large hands. Screen is sharp and clear. Storage is 16GB internally, so I heardly use my external SD card memory. It works with GSM network if Android is upgraded to ICS or above. In UK, you need to set GSM network (not automatic), otherwise the signal is very weak somehow. Only downside woudl be LTE is only 700MHZ, so I cannot use 4G LTE in UK. This phone is now nearly 2 years old anyway, but still work fast without any problem. You can get a decent second hand ones around 70-90 pounds from ebay. So it is very worth trying if you want to need a full keyboard with your mobile phone.
It's sad that the LTE is 700MHz only. It looks like a wonderful phone, but with LTE limited to 700MHz, taking it out of the US means that the phone is at best stuck at HSPA+, which isn't cool. They should've made the phone at least support LTE 700MHz (LTE used in the USA) and LTE 2600MHz (Global LTE- used in practically every other country outside the USA). I'm really thinking of importing one given how phones with Qwerty is as rare as they come over here in Malaysia, but the lack of LTE2600 is a downside.
Sure, the Malaysia telcos and the local radio regulatory body have all announced that they will partner with the rest of Asia to make it so 700MHz will be available as to ease roaming for visitors coming from the US, but when will that happen? And if it does happen, does it block phones with local Sim cards in them?
XT894user, 20 May 2013I'm using it in South Korea. If you upgrade to ICS, GSM will be available. Very nice becaus... moreHow did you get yours to work in Korea? Mine doesn't want to connect to my carriers network
looking good.. excellent qwerty keys..and besides i would like to buy one ..
anyone know howto is done to move the system has the últmo think and want to put the gingerbread
pls y is any wallpaper effect not xtended to the menu...no mata d wallpaper used...d menu list always has a black background
A underrated phone..should be more viral because i like qwerty keys
zeyn, 09 Jul 2013I tried to take off the battery, and I think it cut the cord. Now I regret i just dont know wh... moreWhat part of non-removable Li-Ion battery didn't you understand??? But you can take it to their care center and they will sort you out... although at a fee possibly... then you can continue to enjoy
I tried to take off the battery, and I think it cut the cord. Now I regret i just dont know what to do i cant turn it on.
I live in England and 2 years ago I bought Droid 3, it didnt work for about a week with o2, but when I turn it on later it did work but I was having problems with internet from o2, I went to the shop and everyting was working ok ;)
Baidi, 23 May 2013HELP, where can I get DROID 4 without 2 year contract in US? Does anybody know any website or... moreEbay and they can fix you up with Page Plus same coverage much cheaper. I had some on their set mine up to run on Page plus she was awesome. her price was 38.95 mine runs soild on 3g love it
HELP, where can I get DROID 4 without 2 year contract in US? Does anybody know any website or online store?
kuko, 27 Apr 2013yes, it work in EU i have this phone on SlovakiaGreeting to Slovakia. I have a question about 2G and 3G conectivity. Is it working proprietly? And what about using it with slovakian operator? Did you have to make some unlocking or is it okay? Thank you. Im from Czech republic and im not sure about this. :)
Nice one and the only one android phone with qwerty and great hardware specs.
I'm using it in South Korea. If you upgrade to ICS, GSM will be available.
Very nice because it's extremely rare in my country and it has physical qwerty keyboard.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2013Does this work in the EU? Guess so, but I am not sure.yes, it work in EU
i have this phone on Slovakia