'Clear call quality, a decent 5-megapixel shooter'
'Exceptional call quality, Good fit and finish'
'Inexpensive given its feature set, Excellent battery life'
'Large and bright screen, Affordable, Lightweight and comfortable design'
'Calls routed to the speakerphone were scratchy and prone to distortion'
'Most affordable Android smartphone from a brand you know'
'Great Design, Smooth UI, Dual SIM functionality'
'Feels sturdy and durable'
'Less weight and is handy.'
'Comfortable Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset with two cameras and a 1GHz processor. '
'Very fast performance'
'Big, comfortable keyboard'
'Awesome battery life'
'Crisp and colorful Super AMOLED display'
'Good selection of preinstalled apps'
'Low price with higher end features like 4G, fast CPU and high res display'
'Almost Perfect...4.5 Stars!'
'Good ranking '
'Dual-core processor is incredibly fast'
'Setup is difficult, but works in Brazil. (Here's a how-to)'
'An interesting alternative to the iPhone'
'Great Phone Impossible Set ups'
'Huge display,Runs Android 2.2,Handy 5-megapixel camera.'
'Best networked media player on the market.'
'VGA camera on front for video conferencing/5 mega pixel camera on back'
'Exactly What I Was Looking For'
'Best Phone / Plan for the Money PERIOD!'
'Finally a decent phone on a prepaid plan with low data charges'
'Good phone, crappy network'
'Great phone, decent OS'
'Best no contract 3g smartphone for $150'
'...Except for ONE little thing'
'Good looking photos'
'pretty good colours'
'A small but solid powerhouse '
'Since the Motorola Defy has two microphones—one for voice pickup and the other for filtering out background sounds—we got some high quality audio action when it came to placing calls. '
'The display was crisp when surfing the web and browsing the user interface.'
'Smooth and responsive interface'
'"DEFY has been designed to handle everything that life throws your way," said Alain Mutricy, senior vice president, portfolio and device product management, Motorola Mobility.'
'Comfortable physical keys'
'Small, low-res screen'
'Very attractive price tag'
'Slim physique and smooth corners'
'Great, responsive screen'
'great colour balance'
'720p HD video recording'
'Battery life was respectable.'
'superb music player'
'Improved slide-out keyboard'
'HD video recording'
'Navigational credentials were fast'
'call quality was great.'
'The DROID X features a new suite of MOTOBLUR widgets for messaging, social networks, and other services that are completely resizable by the user, which is a really cool feature. '
'The Motorola Droid X is excellent.'
'The Droid X has several improvements over the Droid, like a better camera, a larger touch screen display and more storage space.'
'Call quality was very good, with voices on both sides coming through loud and clear.'
'The Motorola Droid X proceeded to shine in the inside as well, proving itself as one of the fastest smartphones we've ever used. '
'The external speaker on the Droid X was loud and clear, with an impressive volume that's distinguishable even when you're a couple feet away from the device. '
'Beautiful 4.3-inch display'
'It's good, and it's a pretty enjoyable execution of Android 2.1, but it's not a must-have phone -- especially in light of the Droid Incredible and the upcoming Droid 2.'
'both voice quality and reception are excellent.'
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