this phone is no good it feels cheap..the buttons on the bottem look like they need to be pressed in(they stick out)
the navigation on the back is ok but 🙄
over in the "Review: Motorola Citrus" discussion:
We just started selling the Citrus in my store, and I've only really shown it to one customer so far. We didn't have issues trying it out. It may have helped though that she was a brand new touch-screen user, and typed slow enough for the lag to not be an issue. so as far as i could tell from my demo, the phone really isnt that bad. I can bet that for an experienced user, though, it's not the phone you want.
Don't even bother.
over in the "CTIA Fall 2010" discussion:
is it just me....
Anyone else sort of confused on why AT&T doesn't pick up or reguest Motorola to develop higher end Droid handsets?
Is it to not steal the thunder from the iphone or is there a deal with Verizon to keep the uber nice Driods away?