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Good: Super thin, gorgeous screen, brilliant camera, very nice design
Bad: running android gingerbread
Comment: My dad owns this phone and I love it. The screen is massive and gorgeous looking, the camera is brilliant on it and it is super thin, what more could you ask for except an upgrade to latest Android software. I so want one.
Good: Fast and useable
Bad: As usual with these types of phone the battery life
Comment: I have upgraded to the Razr Maxx which has more than solved the battery problem without losing any functionality
I am not sure ICS will do anything to improve this phone and might well spoil it which is why I think Motorola is taking so long to offer it.
Comment: needs to be running ice cream!
Good: Great modern design with a screen that will rival both the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy SII
Comment: I fully intend to swap my Nokia for one of these bright young things and make it my music/video player as well as my camera of choice.
Good: Thins, fast, sleek, build quality
Bad: Display could be better than qHD
Comment: I wonder if not running the ICS is a big drawback, as for a great possibility it will be available on through the OTA.
Bad: no battery to take out
Comment: i love this phone its not mine but my nans(i know dont ask) and its rather perfect all the apps for wireless printing i love it my nan does too and shes almost 70 ! call that useble or what she couldnt use the iphone but she uses this like a wizz so i think the battle for user friendly phones have a new contantender in my books
Bad: battery can't be replaced-what a shame !
Comment: if battery replacement were an option,I'd buy it.
Good: price, slim, sturdy design, nice design, power full
Bad: runs android, runs 2.3.5 gingerbread.
Good: super slim
Comment: it's looking awesome.....................................................
Bad: This year's specs at the end of the year
Comment: Firstly, to CNET, apart from the new flagship vanilla-android Nexus which is touted as the first and ONLY phone to carry ICS - tell me another that comes with it?
CNET always seem to put as a minus "not latest Android" - 2.35 is definitely the latest for EVERY PHONE apart from Nexus, and all other phones will be updated (major ones anyway) early 2012...
So why labour the point?
I'm not a Moto fan (I have a GS2) but come on, this is sloppy, uninformed journalism at its best - and I won't go into how many times you mention the iphone in this review...
Typical, typical CNET, if it's not an Apple product, it's marked down...
You're a disgrace (but a consistent one at least)
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