after the first two days what do I think of the Motorola Milestone? I have to say that I am impressed. Definitely the best thing to come out of Motorola in a very long time in my opinion. However, the Milestone is a very different beast. The build quality is excellent - from the sliding screen which has wobbles as it moves to the well designed and tactile QWERTY keyboard.
im happy 4 moto. after a few yrs of not releasing anything good, they release the best android phone of them all. better than x10 imo, but the choice will get tougher when the htc bravo comes out.
Anonymous, 14 Dec 2009There's no doubt the Motorola Droid is popular in the U.S. So how's the Milestone doing in t... moreBetter than iphone www.androidcentral.com/motorola-milestone-sells-out-less-3-hours
There's no doubt the Motorola
Droid is popular in the U.S. So
how's the Milestone doing in the
UK, where it's exclusive to
Expansys? It took less than three
hours to find out.
Within 3 hours of the product
being listed as 'in stock' on the
eXpansys site it sold out. This
makes the Motorola Milestone the
fastest selling gadget in the
website's 11 year history, even
more successful than the iPhone"
That's pretty impressive.
Expansys said there were more
than 1,000 pre-orders in the
week leading up to the launch,
and another shipment is on its
way in time for Christmas.
GSM arena have done a mistake
X10s video recording is 25Fps , playback 30fps
Droid is also the same records at 25,can play back upto 30 Fps, you cannot have bigger rate with Android
milestone has a video calling camera
if we compare the noise reduction technology between crystal talk on motorola with noise assasin on jawbone bluetooth headset, which one is best?
I got a screen protector on my Droid…took it off only an hour after I got the phone. It made the touch screen an unusable experience for me, especially when it came to typing on the virtual keyboard, even in portrait mode (which rocks). Once I removed the screen protector, it was heavenly; so smooth, so exact, all as I expected it would and should be.
Plus, the amazing screen looks best naked. Skip the screen protector, u’ll enjoy the phone MUCH more
Better than Droid/milestone coming with 8 mega pixel, 800 mhz palmaddict.typepad.com/palmaddicts/2009/12/an-8-megapixel-camera-in-a-motorola-android-phone-forthcoming.html
An 8 Megapixel camera in a
Motorola Android phone
[From Eric Mann] An 8
Megapixel camera in a Motorola
Android phone forthcoming? "8
Megapixel(!!) Autofocus Camera
with LED flash, 3.8 inch display
and a 800 MHz Processor. From
the pics, it has a Droid like
appearance but is much more
rounded and sleeker than the
Can anyone response to this:
"The Milestone can be used with AT&T and T-Mobile, but there's a catch: it doesn't offer the wireless frequencies used by either of these carrier's 3G services. So while it can make phone calls and connect to the 2.5G service EDGE, there's no support for HSPA. Still, it offers Wi-Fi b/g and Bluetooth."
I believe Milestone is equipped with frequencies used by AT&T, but not T-Mobile. But rumor has it that Milestone won't even run 3G on AT&T even it could handle AT&T's frequencies.
Top 10 Cell Phones PC World
Nov 13, 2009 11:30 am
1. Motorola Droid
Bottom Line: The first Android 2.0 phone impresses with a strong suite of Web features and a stunning 3.7-inch display, but some users might have trouble with the shallow keyboard.
2. Apple iPhone 3GS
Bottom Line: Performance enhancements distinguish the otherwise evolutionary step-up iPhone 3GS from its previous iterations.
3. Motorola Cliq
Bottom Line: The beautifully designed Motorola Cliq is a social butterflyâ€™s dream phone, but others may find the MotoBlur user interface overwhelming.
4. Research in Motion BlackBerry Bold 9700
Bottom Line: The best BlackBerry available, the Bold 9700 packs a multitude of features into a sophisticated, slimmed-down design.
5. T-Mobile myTouch 3G
Bottom Line: The T-Mobile myTouch 3G is a big improvement from its predecessor, but the physical keyboard is sorely missed.
6. Palm Pre
Form Factor: Candy bar
Bottom Line: The Pre's webOS software is touch-friendly and fun, but the cramped QWERTY keyboard detracts from the phone's usability.
7. Samsung Behold II
Bottom Line: With a gorgeous AMOLED display and an excellent camera, the pricey Samsung Behold II will appeal to multimedia junkies with deep pockets.
8. Research in Motion BlackBerry Tour 9630
Bottom Line: The BlackBerry Tour entices with an ergonomic keyboard and gorgeous display, but the omission of Wi-Fi disappoints.
9. HTC Droid Eris
Bottom Line: If you can live without a hardware keyboard, the HTC Droid Eris is an affordable and feature-packed alternative to the Motorola Droid.
10. HTC Hero
Bottom Line: The HTC Hero marks a giant step in innovation of the Android platform, but it isn't without flaws
this is realy best buy /.
best design/Specifications and best price
well done moto
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2009milestone have flash like n900 ? Certainly
milestone have flash v10 over n900 flash v9.4