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Nice! The Milestone is on my desk. Yes! It is from Motorola. Guessing it might stop making phones. Over the past year or so, we've seen them beating their way back into the mainstream by embracing Android as a platform. I bet you will totally fall for it at the first sight. The 3.7’ widescreen display which is clear and brilliant, with the world’s thinnest full QWERTY keyboard. And it is powered by the latest version of Android, Android 2.0. Sound so perfect! Let’s have a closer look on it.

What’s in the box? The phone, a battery, a charger, a data cable, a handsfree set, a CD and user’s guide.

The 3.7’ WVGA (480 x 854 pixels), 16:9 display dominates the front, and there are four capacitive buttons at the bottom of the display: Back, Menu, Home and Search.

The top section slides smoothly upwards to reveal the QWERTY keyboard. The keyboard is in four rows and the keys are big enough to work with. And the keyboard is slightly longer than the display panel.

On the top of the device, you will find the power/lock key and the 3.5mm audio jack.

The camera key and the volume rocker are on the right side of the device.

The right side only hosts the microUSB port.

The D-pad is relocated to accompany the keypad. And I have a question that how many mobile keyboards have you seen that with two completely blank keys (bottom left and bottom right)? So strange!

Turn to the back, you will find the 5MP camera with dual LED flash and the speaker grill in camel.

Unfortunately, you have to remove the battery to access the memory card slot here and the memory can be expandable up to 32GB.

You can customize your widgets according to your preference with the Milestone as it powered by Andriod2.0. The home screen on Milestone just like the one on your personalized desktop: download applications for music, news, sports or games and arrange them to create a custom home screen. And, with Milestone’s Quick Connect option simply tap a contact and instantly access his/her via Facebook, phone, email or text.

The overall browser speed can compete with iPhone. Also, Milestone complies with the massive display, it makes navigating pages roughly a million times more pleasant.

Milestone is the best sounding device. Whether it's audio through the loud earpiece, or a speakerphone call and even music, the sound which milestone outputs is crystal clear plus it can filter out background noise and enhances voice quality during a phone call. Also, milestone powered by the latest android which support for multiple Gmail or Exchange accounts, and a universal inbox, plus the excellent outlook, Motorola may get the best-selling handset with Milestone now after RAZR.
Posted: 2009-12-18 06:29:50
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lukechris Posts: > 500

Posted: 2009-12-18 10:23:23
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Luci'sPower Posts: > 500

yeap a really nice phone and a really nice review.thanks for sharing
Posted: 2009-12-18 13:00:35
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Bonovox Posts: > 500

Very nice & Moto are really bouncing back. The phone is great although it looks a little square
Posted: 2009-12-18 16:50:35
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adnansanni Posts: > 500

Phone is ok but can be more nice at look.
Posted: 2009-12-19 05:11:00
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ryuriel Posts: 124

nice phone and a great review!i think Motorola is now back in business.i heard that the Milestone is named "Gadget of the Year" by a magazine in the US?
Posted: 2009-12-23 13:34:08
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