Anonymous, 22 May 2010can it bluetooth songs to others? Yes, Milestone supports Bluetooth files transfer.
@MiR, 22 May 2010can someone help me by telling me how to download apps to motodroid or how to access the andro... moreJust clike on the MARKET icon on your phone..(unlike Symbian or Windows Mobile...so complicated)
I was surprised when i saw the keyboard.... its QWERTZ keyboard not QWERTY..... did they print wrong on the board or what???..... motorola i was not expecting this thing all the way.....
By far one of the best phones I have ever used!!!And i used to dislike motorolla,but not anymore.
can someone help me by telling me how to download apps to motodroid or how to access the android market please!!
Well, I finally made the plunge and ordered the Milestone with AZERTY keyboard (Belgian/French) but with Dutch language software (Dutch/Belgian). When I receive the phone, it has AZERTY keyboard indeed, but French only software. When booting the phone I can change the language into one of the following: German, French, English, Italian or Spanish. No Dutch at all. Have been going over the whole Motorole web support but no information or software to be found. Would anyone know how one can add languages to the system software on the Milestone? As it is, the phone would have to be returned I am afraid. Thanks for suggestions.
robin, 21 May 2010which has a better external speaker: nokia n900 or milestone
which is louder? which has bette... more
milestone has loud sound like 5800
but 5800 has a bit beter quality
milestone capacitive and multi touch 3.7"
n900 tft resestive 3.5"
milestone best quality with best assemble and made by metal
n900 made by cheap pelastic
milestone 13.7mm thick
n900 16.5 mm
Helloes,How to install games and apps on the moto droid,i ve just bought one now and i really feel im lost can some one help please.cheers
ayush, 21 May 2010how is android better than maemo?n hw is d camera quality?well in my opinion android performs much better as well as you can find a huge gama of apps that would fullfill all your desires. the camera it's ok , its a little bit slow and the flash its not the desirable in order to take pics tha could be compared to sony erricsson's , but it's much better than the most of the smartphones tha you can find at the market right now.
Droid speacker is very decent, but not very loud...but also keep in mind droid camera is very very bad in low light ambients even if you use the xeon flash
ayush, 21 May 2010i m luvin dis phone..is this phone better n900??n is android better?nokia is much heavier , nokia has smaller display , milsetone has better QWERTY , 65M colours(milsetone) vs 65k colours (n900) , HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps(milestone)vs2Mbps(n900) , Android vs Maemo ... well it's pretty obvious who's the winner . Go for Milestone !
which has a better external speaker: nokia n900 or milestone
which is louder? which has better bass? pls guys help me..
bol, 21 May 2010any body know, when milestone get froyo. I can't wait it.hury moto.ur the bestbe patient bol .. wait till little longer , first come the htcs.
any body know, when milestone get froyo. I can't wait it.hury moto.ur the best
hey guys , I just bought this amazing device . Even though I'm more an htc fun therse is only one thing to say about this smartphone ; it's just amazing ! surfing is faster than any other phone in such category , android's performance is excellence , gps signal is perfect even the camera is really good . there's only one disadvantage about this device ... the weight ... it is really heavy , it's so heavy that it could be used as a weapon in emergency situations(that could be really usefull especially for us women) .
Motorola has been the pioneer in mobile phone manufacturing since ages, but for the past couple of years Motorola had almost become extinct in the Indian market & it was high time since Motorola came up with a phone worth craving for. And boy'o'boy, what a miraculous comeback. The Milestone is exactly what Motorola required, to prove to the world that its still the big daddy of all smartphone manufacturing companies & will always be, & I don't see any reason why this phone shouldn't be another worldwide bestseller for Motorola after the success of the MotoRazr series. The Milestone can arguably be called the best handset Motorola has ever produced & is like a masterpiece of technological brilliance that every geek like me would dream to have.
Motorola has put in all the ingredients in their recipe book to spice up the Milestone - brilliant display, fantastic hardware, amazing software, complemented by a very competitive price tag. Just name the feature & you've got it all in this supersmart beauty. But to be realistic, this phone in no way can still be called an "iPhone Killer", but even if the Milestone can't beat the Apple iPhone, it surely has the guts to compete against it in full force. On the other hand, the Milestone still makes more impact than the insanely priced Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 (save for the exception of a few impractical features) & the HTC or Samsung counterparts, some of which still run on the older 1.5/1.6 versions of Android, & is definitely way ahead of the 'pathetic' Nokia N97's & N900's.
The first & foremost noteworthy feature of the Milestone is its brilliant hardware & great form-factor. No recent phone in the market has ever come with such a credible combination & implementation of materials & build quality. Interestingly, with a thickness of just 13.7mm, its the world's slimmest full Qwerty slide-out phone ever. Then comes the uniquely designed & ever customisable MotoBlur UI, which I feel has the capability to beat HTC's Sense UI & Samsung's TouchWiz UI hands down. The new Android OS Version 2.1(Eclair) is like the iceing on the cake, coupled with an awesome 5MP autofocus camera with dual LED flash, geo-tagging, image stabilisation & 720p HD video recording & playback. And seeing the fast pace at which the new apps are being introduced in the Android market, the Milestone is going to gain more & more importance by time in our everyday lives. And last but not the least, the highly intelligent brain that it has, the ARM Cortex A8 600MHz processor with 256MB RAM, makes its experience breezing fast & to top it up the PowerVR SGX530 graphics accelerator makes the marvelous 3.7 inches WVGA capacitive display with 16M colours a real pleasure to watch. The display also comes with 16:9 aspect ratio & supports multi-touch with double-tap & pinch zooming features. And then there is the host of all the other regular features that are obvious for a phone in such a price range: Wi-Fi, 3G with 10.2 Mbps HSDPA, A-GPS with Google Maps, Lifetime free voice-guided navigation with MotoNav software, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, Stereo speakers, 3.5mm audio jack, 8GB MicroSD memory card, Accelerometer & Proximity sensors, Webkit-based HTML browser with Adobe Flash Player v10.1 support, Digital Compass, MicroUSB v2.0, Push email, Document viewer & Photo editor, etc.
If marketed & distributed well, I can assure that the Milestone has all the style & substance to write a new golden chapter in the success story of Motorola. But I still feel, instead of around Rs.30,000, if this phone would have been priced at approx. Rs.25,000 in India, it would have made more sense & would well have been the ultimate value for money product by any smartphone manufacturing company!