Overall User Rating (3.7 Out of 5 based on 259 ratings)
Overall: I was on the lookout for an affordable and reliable Android phone which would allow me inter alia to make video calls as well as be and easy to use which decent styling. I must say that I have fallen in love with the phone courtesy the widgets and the clarity and size of the screen which allows me to read documents with ease (trust me, I have a BlackBerry Bold for my official purpose and yet I find the Moto better). The processor at 800 MHz is superb and so far the phone has never been sluggish. The camera with its auto focus and flash is pretty good and at 5MP you get decent shot. This Moto is far better than HTC Wildfire and Widlfire S phones that are its competitors. The problem with the latter is typing on the phone which is on account of the petite frame of the Wildfire and Wildfire S. The plus points are: Processor Speed Secondary Camera for video calls Primary Camera for photo shooting Light and thin design, easy to use Latest Android OS (2.3 Gingerbread) The negatives: Touch screen not made of Gorilla glass, so not meant for heavy duty work. Lack of accessories associated with the phone (maybe because it is newly launched) like screen guards, phone cases. Moto Lounge is inaccessible for customers in India. Place for improvements Colour of the phone:Different colours should have been available Battery; Last for just about a day Keypad; Initially typing on the phone is difficult but later one manages to adjust to it just. Conclusion; Motorola has produced a winner for having made a phone that is fun and easy to use and fitted with a great processor which runs Gingerbread (Android 2.3). Maybe it is the Google effect after it took over Motorola Mobility.