Review: Motorola Titanium
The Titanium has the stock Android browser. I am pleased enough with the Android browser. It does a great job with most web sites, and has useful tools that help manage multiple open tabs, bookmarks, etc. With Wi-Fi on, it works just fine. If there's no Wi-Fi, well, that's a whole different story.
iDEN was just not meant for modern data use. There's no plainer way to state it. Browsing speeds are excruciatingly slow. When out and about (which is when I use my phone the most), the Titanium is great at making voice calls and PTT calls, but it ain't so great at browsing the web. Sites just take forever to load.
In a vain attempt to make mobile browsing less painful, the Titanium also has Opera Mini on board. Opera Mini isn't as good a browser as the stock Android browser, in my opinion, but it is definitely faster to use via iDEN.
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The Titanium is as customizable as pretty much any other Android device.
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