'Very slim and attractive design'
'Good design and materials used'
'Excellent all-around performance'
'Fast data speeds and a great typing experience'
'Great calling quality'
'Superb hardware keyboard, Fast'
'Excellent keyboard, Smooth performance'
'Easy to use Optimus UI interface'
'Decent multimedia features'
'Large, lovely screen'
'Pure Android 2.2 user interface'
'Great battery life'
'Excellent five-row QWERTY keyboard'
'Long battery life'
'Ships with Gingerbread'
'qHD display and a dual-core processor'
'Dual-core 1GHz processor'
'Gigantic and high-res display'
'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 bad: Camera is a bit sluggish.'
'But the Droid X isn't for everyone: This phone is huge.'
'The Motorola Droid X proceeded to shine in the inside as well, proving itself as one of the fastest smartphones we've ever used.'
'Sprint's 4G network is limited at this time, making the mandatory $10 premium data add-on tough to swallow for anyone outside of the coverage area.'
'Not a great voice phone'
'Still, the Evo 4G's screen was plenty bright and crisp.'
'The back panel is constructed of a flimsy plastic and removing the MicroSD card is like trying to fish an amoeba out of a cell.'
'Lower resolution camera than the Droid.'
'The Qualcomm 600 Mhz chipset also promises a nice speed.'
'built-in GPS and Wi-Fi'
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