Rogido, 21 Mar 2011Anyone using this phone on Mobilicity in Canada, and could give a user review on it?Yeah, I'm using it with Mobilicity in Canada for about a week now and it's worked well for me so far. Everything people are saying about the small battery life is true, but I usually just use the phone after hours or when I'm commuting. Oh, are you looking for a review of Mobilicity or of the phone?
Ive had the motorola spice for about 3 weeks from mobilicity its very laggy even though it has a faster processer than iphone
3g its not as intuitive ither you get what you pay for i guess watching video is terrible the camera is horrible and the worst part of all is the battery which doesent last even half a day definetly a step down from my old phone the iphone 3g im thinking about the nexus or sony xperia if your thinking about getting this phone and you've had a good smart phone in the past simply don't waste the time or the money you will be disappointed on the other hand if you never had a smartphone prior it would be a step up (but a plan with mobilicity where it aloows you unlimited everything this phone dosent cut it)
Pramod, 01 Mar 2011can gsmarena review this handset.? we wil get to know whether its value for money or not since... moreHere 2 review.. hope it will help you
Anyone using this phone on Mobilicity in Canada, and could give a user review on it?
This thing takes VGA video but has a QVGA screen resolution? How's the screen resolution for general web browsing, by the way?
can gsmarena review this handset.? we wil get to know whether its value for money or not since this may be cheaper adroid in market.
Excellent form factor (my ideal actually), but QVGA on a 3-inch screen??!!
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2011It is good for fast messaging and browsing the battery life is ok and the features are just... moreActually, it does have a GPU on it, but for some weird reason Motorola decided not to include drivers for it, and thus, it is disabled. Go figure...
Robert, 09 Jan 2011I bought my spice and i love it! I was trying hard to find a memory card and screen protectors... moreHI there thanks for your post,
Just wanted to know have this phone been launched in india, can i get it in delhi. how much does it cost. please let me know, i have ckhed many place they say its not been launched in india yet.
soona, 24 Jan 2011does it read pdfs? or needs a software? is java software or android software? :) thx in advance :)it needs the adobe portable pdf reader, which is like 4mb on internal memory
does it read pdfs? or needs a software? is java software or android software? :)
thx in advance :)
Anonymous, 19 Jan 2011answering calls on it is just like unblocking your phone You slide your finger to the right... moreThanks. As I often drive, personally I still find opening the flip/slide easier than "watch" at the touchscreen phone and slide to the right....
100 Moto, 18 Jan 2011Well, this should be a "low end" (by today's standard) Android phone, which costs ar... moreanswering calls on it is just like unblocking your phone
You slide your finger to the right to answer, and to the left to refuse
AllanVs, 27 Dec 2010Battery is garbage - I get maybe 3-4.5 hours of heavy internet/game use out of it. On my Touc... moreIn case you don't know....
Moto "used to" provide both a charger and a micro-USB cable, the latter good for both charging and data transfer.
iphone (given it costs 2~3 times more than most Moto Android phones) started to offer "single cable only" in the industry...just the data cable capable of charging.
As the European Community agreed on adapting the micro-USB standard, most other phones using the micro-USB plug would only come with one data cable which is also good for charging.
BTW, did you get your phone in US? I bought one phone from AT&T and yikes, it really came with the phone and charger only. Nothing else!
Where I live all Moto phones come with at least the headsets, if not data cable, memory card, and most shops would offer screen protectors, extra (non-original) battery and charging cradle....free of charge.
Dr. J, 15 Jan 2011Gave it a trial run and found it to be great, but its not to my taste.
Couldn't find a case... moreWell, this should be a "low end" (by today's standard) Android phone, which costs around US$280 in China (unlock without contract), so not much should be expected.
As I don't own one, may I ask as if you can slide open to answer / slide close to end calls? I drive quite often and is a bit hard to dial / answer calls on most Android touchscreen phones, thanks.
Gave it a trial run and found it to be great, but its not to my taste.
Couldn't find a case, and the phone feels like it'll slip out of my hands at any moment.
Having the needed install disk in the phone is nice, but w/o autoplay I didn't know about it for days.
Browsing wasn't a clean experience for me and the BACKTRACK feature is both awkward and interesting.
I'd suggest this phone for more business than pleasure.
Youtube on HD on the spice is = to LQ on the higher end phones. And the processor might limit you from some games due to lag etc.
That said, Gmail was superb so if you're all about business this thing will get you where you want to go.
If you want entertainment too, invest a bit more $$ for something you'll keep down the road.