Review: Motorola E815
The messaging client includes a create message dialog which lists a number of options including SMS (TXT), MMS (PIX) and a special option to post a picture directly to Verizon's moblog (PixPlace).
Once an option has been selected, you are first asked to address the message before composing it. Addressing a message is not as simple as it could be. In order to proceed, you have to alternate between the left and right softkey, instead of continually tapping the right softkey after each step to continue. It feels as though Motorola ignored their own menu rules for this procedure.
Once at the composition screen, everything feels normal. Text prediction works quickly and accurately and one press of the right softkey sends the message on its way.
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There is no email access in the messaging application. You must use Verizon's WAP site to access your email.
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