mr tuna, 12 Nov 2009Is the UI in landscape only, like the N900?No, it rotates, depending on the position of the phone.
According to mobile-review.com
Given that my main phone these days is the Nokia N97, plus I've got the HTC Hero as my secondary phone, I was elated to get the mix of these two devices in the Motorola Milestone. Hero's flexibility and interface speed with a keyboard that tops that of the N97. Surprisingly, the Milestone is a decent phone with great build quality and a dazzling display. The thing that will hold it back a little, though, is its price tag - 400-450 Euro without a contract (set to land on most markets in December).
Those who are looking for a QWERTY-enabled device jam-packed with features and a likable, speedy interface, the Milestone is the way to go. In fact, there aren't many phone like that out there - maybe the Nokia N900, but it's considerably slower, less stable and doesn't offer comparable functionality out of the box. In my opinion, the choice is very clear and Nokia is not what's on my mind. "Milestone" is a very fitting name for this phone - it will make an impact on the market and won't go unnoticed. Those who are into expensive and well-crafted things, should definitely put the Motorola Milestone on their short lists.
DO u guyz still wanna compare it wid N900, X10, N97???
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2009once more
is it out already? why are there many reviews obout this phone whereas this phone... moreThe review you see are for the motorola DROID which is out since friday nov 6th.
The milestone is the same thing except it gets multi-touch zoom, but it loses the Google navigation for free (but you still get google map).
And there is other few details that change between those 2 versions.
I've been playing with the DROID in Verizon's store a couple of time and it's a really nice device. I'm still hesitating between that and the N900.
Motorola could be back on top if they stick on Android OS with capacitive touch-screen. This phone could be a TOP NOTCH if motorola will combine ZN5 and this phone together. N900 will be just around the corner hehehe
OMG! It's heavy as hell and it looks like a UMPC rather than a handy cell phone! Moto sucks!
Iphone is making Nokia and Motorola go wacky. I will stick to my iphone
is it out already? why are there many reviews obout this phone whereas this phone status is still coming soon? is it strategy bussiness?
To make a review is easy but i want to try it by my self...they cant cheat me...
Congratulations Motorola. Although the droid is only 2nd to the iphone, it's still a huge leap forward for Motorola. The droid is the best Android device to date, and that would place it next to the iphone overall. Great job Motorola.
Jam, 11 Nov 2009Good at Crystal Talk for Motorola, but does Motorola Milestone have it? Yes it has,fortunattely!
dont you wish you had a robot sidekick that moved at light speed ,could get out of any problem and lived in your pocket ??
soon you will
i see same american or Europe people get korea phone ????!!!!
and today this company samsung,lg ,se GRAB selling at market from this giant
i realy sury and veeeery amazement for this american guys that dont buy usa moto and desire junky Stranger
wherea i live in iran( Middle East)and for 10 years just use moto phone from a1000,v3,v3i,v3x,a1200,e6,z8,zn5,a3100and all of above phone's work good today and now i think about superb dext and milestone
but i hope with these new super moto phone the king back to the real station
Analyst estimates 100,000 DROID smartphones sold in first weekend
The lines may have been subdued, but one way or another, it sounds as if Motorola managed to sell quite a few DROIDs over the weekend. According to analyst Mark McKechnie at Broadpoint AmTech, the outfit managed to move around 100,000 of 'em during the opening weekend, with most stores moving at least half of their original shipments. He also estimated that Moto would sell one million Android-based phones in Q4 2009 alone (which includes the CLIQ, obviously), and that he viewed the first few days as "encouraging." It's been a long, long while since we've been able to say this, but hey -- nice job, Motorola.
Motorola Motus gets FCC approval, Sholes Tablet looking legit
As a refresher, this is a device we'd heard would rock the Android midrange with a 5 megapixel AF cam, 3.1-inch QVGA display, and HSPA for a Q1 '10 release, so it's not much more than a tweaked CLIQ as far as we're concerned -- but the big news here might actually be that the Motus filing adds legitimacy to the leaked roadmap where we'd originally heard of it. That document made mention of a "Sholes Tablet" that takes the already-high-end DROID / MILESTONE further upmarket with an 8 megapixel cam and xenon flash, and as you can imagine, we'll be listening to our friends at the FCC pretty intently over the next few weeks to see if we can catch that one sliding through.