'The actual sliding motion is quite stiff, but the front face doesn't really lock into place on either end.'
'Nevertheless, the Motorola Droid is hip, powerful, and smart, making it our top smart phone pick for Verizon Wireless.'
'Unfortunately, the Motorola Droid has a few hardware-design quirks.'
'The phone can run a bit hot. .'
'Great media phone.'
'Like the Pre, the Pre Plus has a glossy black rounded design that's reminiscent of a pebble, with a slightly curved profile when the slide-down keyboard is open.'
'Rather than fiddling with an onscreen keypad, you enter text using raised (but admittedly small) qwerty keys.'
'When all the widgets are active, the constant flow of information can be overwhelming and somewhat of a (forgive us) blur.'
'The on-screen QWERTY keyboard, available in portrait and landscape modes, was not nearly as accurate.'
'Battery life was also dismal.'
'And its non-MOTOBLUR functions are equally well-designed.'
'For certain applications, such as the Web browser, e-mail, photos, and videos, the built-in accelerometer will also automatically switch the screen from portrait mode to landscape mode when you rotate the phone.'
'No FM radio.'
'There’s no way around it: the HTC Touch Pro2 packs a good deal of bulk, to the point that it’s not the type of phone someone wearing tight jeans will want to carry.'
'The Touch Pro2 is a dense, heavy phone, and it will weigh down a light pair of pants in a front pocket.'