Anonymous, 18 Jan 2010oh i am miss something. to be honest, i do respect motorola, but i don't respect the motoro... morewe are not like that is just other brands fans come here to say "look at my new phone is better than yours", and we now are doing this, is not good, but we feel great to say that to somebody who has bother us during years
Anonymous, 17 Jan 2010To all users how is the android operating system,do u all find it more stable than windows and... moreYou can download the SDK, it comes with an emulator, there you can get to know the basic functionality of Android.
This is the 5th phone I have looked at and no radio - are ALL Android phones devoid of radios??? It is totally pathetic.
oh i am miss something.
to be honest, i do respect
motorola, but i don't respect the
motorola fan, who arrogant and
like bash SE.
Just because motorola back, it
doesn't mean that moto fan start
to bash any SE phone or other
US and international, 17 Jan 2010Will the Milestone work in the US (on Verizon) and Tanzania? Thank you.Milestone works in US with either AT&T or T-mobile, only not on 3G network. (due to the Americans run on different 3G frequency from the rest of the world)
Otherwise, one get get the "Droid", which runs on CDMA and works with Verizon
these are my last moto phone and im looking my next phone :
i can say you motorola is realy unique
Will the Milestone work in the US (on Verizon) and Tanzania? Thank you.
Motorola Milestone sees price drop in UK
Now that Expansys' period of exclusivity is over on the Motorola Milestone (aka the non-U.S. version of the Droid), it's time for price wars to begin. And we're already seeing it at £400 or so, and more discounts aren't out of the question. Good news for those of you who were able to hold out for a little while
Motorola 'Ruth' specs outed, likely company's least interesting Android phone yet
To all users how is the android operating system,do u all find it more stable than windows and symbian? Is it easier 2 use than them? Plz any user can answer who has/had experi ences with former OSes.THANKS.
10/07/09 india motorola says we got loss in india or sales are going down & down we are shuting down for 1year in india motorola can u tell us ven u are coming back i won to bey milestone&aura with bill plz come in india with full range indians dont like chepp mobiels indians wont full specification now u have the power...............................
this is the best phone i ever hae in my hands, better than iphone, the aplications are wonderfull, and the qwerty is great for games, the only bad is the batery, because is so adictive than y a few hours is dead, someone now about better bateries for this wonderful phone?? with more amph???
droid 2 , 15 Jan 2010motorola please make milestone/droid 2 for 2010 q2 ..............````` please moto ^^........ moreman, this i think this will be avaliable for Q4, but the desing is what I saw looks great
motorola please make milestone/droid 2 for 2010 q2
please moto ^^...............---..............
Droid more valuable than Nexus One or iPhone 3GS according to iSuppli
Ah, here we go again: another report from iSuppli breaking down the bill of materials (BOM) for one of our favorite smartphones. This time it's the Droid / Milestone under scrutiny, Motorola's beefcake slider that currently sells for $560 month-to-month on Verizon ($199 on contract). According to iSuppli's analysis, Droid brings a $187.75 bill of materials that breaks down into $179.11 worth of components and $8.64 in manufacturing costs. Naturally, the BOM does not include licensing fees, software costs, accessories, or the massive outlay this device has received in advertising support. Nevertheless, it makes for interesting apples-to-apples fodder when comparing costs with the Nexus One ($174.15 in materials only), iPhone 3GS ($178.96 materials and manufacturing), and original Palm Pre ($138 materials and manufacturing). The single most expensive component on the Droid is the 16GB removable microSD card ($35) bundled with the Droid. And after a controversial MOTO report that demonstrated a lackluster capacitive touchscreen on the Droid, it's interesting to compare the Droid's 3.7-inch TFT LCD ($17.75) and capacitive touchscreen overlay ($17.50) with that of the iPhone 3GS ($19.25 spent on a smaller 3.5-inch LCD and cheaper $16 touchscreen overlay) and Nexus One (whopping $23.50 for 3.7-inch AM-OLED display and $17.50 for the touchscreen assembly). Rounding out the top-end costs are the Droid's 5 megapixel autofocus CMOS sensor ($14.25), Qualcomm baseband processor / RF chip ($14.04), and TI application processor ($12.90).
Motorola pauses split to mull options
Amazing what a little success will do to a company, isn't it? The Wall Street Journal is reporting today that Motorola has put the brakes on its search for a buyer for its Home and Networks Mobility division that's responsible for the company's set-top boxes and network infrastructure equipment. It's easy to see why this might be a good time for Moto to pause and take stock of its situation -- while no one's even close to calling the Mobile Devices division's turnaround complete, the focus on Android appears to have injected fresh interest (and commercial success) in a lineup plagued with countless duds just a year ago. Apparently the company is also discouraged by the fact that suitors have lowballed Motorola's expected sale price by a billion or two, but make no mistake, the split isn't off altogether -- the executive board is expected to convene in the next few days to figure this all out before the next round of bidding is due in February. Stay tuned -- by the end of the year, we could realistically be looking at one, two, or even three Motos depending on how this goes down