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Why no recent activity about this phone?

Spineshatering

Jan 22, 2009, 10:53 PM
The title pretty much asks my question but really, why is there not more chatter about this phone? Is it because no one likes it and doesnt own it, or is it so awesome and everyone understands everything about it? (which i know is not the case).

Long story short, I love flip phones, and i love full key boards, so is this the phone for me or should i hold on to Alias? I pretty much read all of the reviews, and all the treads here so any more info on the phone or why this board is dead would be greatly appreciated.
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rracorcey

Feb 13, 2009, 12:14 PM
I was thinking the same thing myself. My coworker got one about a month ago and I've been playing with it. I have mixed feelings about it. I think it will be a bit harder to use than a "normal keypad" type, but I am intrigued with it nonetheless. My 'up time is Feb 20 something, and I am still leaning toward getting it.

Of course, as you have keenly noticed - it seems like not too many are buying and commenting about this new phone.
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andy2373

Feb 18, 2009, 2:55 AM

I think it will be a bit harder to use than a "normal keypad" type,


I've read that if you tilt the phone to landscape angle then calibrate the screen it helps texting.

I haven't experienced this as I'm on the fence about this phone as well. Eh?
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bleu_tropix

Feb 20, 2009, 11:12 PM
I had this phone for about 2 weeks before returning it. I bought it for Moto's known excellence in sound and call quality (which it has), but it lacked some of the most basic things that it turned out to be a dealbreaker for me.

The most annoying thing about this phone is the lack of speed dials or quick access to recent calls. It took me more than 4 touches to get to my contacts, even with the feature they've dubbed "favorites" under contacts. There is also no way to calibrate the touchscreen as on the Voyager, so it can be a little too sensitive (especially while scrolling) though for the most part worked well. The shortcut menu lacks any form of customization, another dealbreaker.

So basically, it's an awesome phone but lacks even ...
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