'Comfortable five-row keyboard, NFC'
'Compact to hold and carry around'
'Comfortable, roomy hardware keyboard'
'Decent choice -- the keyboard and business features'
'User-friendly interface option for first-time smartphone users'
'Android Ice Cream Sandwich'
'Good talk time. Inexpensive'
'Pretty good phone, low price'
'Fast data speeds and a great typing experience'
'Great calling quality'
'Superb hardware keyboard, Fast'
'Excellent keyboard, Smooth performance'
'Wi-Fi Direct DLNA and VPN support'
'Excellent laid-out keyboard'
'Good call quality'
'Attractive TouchWiz UI'
'3G Mobile Hotspot capability'
'Clear voice quality'
'Cheap hardware buttons & Poor camera quality'
'Excellent five-row QWERTY keyboard'
'Long battery life'
'Ships with Gingerbread'
'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.'
'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.'
'The photo quality could be better, and it doesn't come with Verizon's V Cast apps. .'
'some may find the screen a bit too small, and the phone doesn't have the fastest processor.'
'It was easy to navigate around, but it was definitely much more sluggish than simply using Android 2.1.'
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