The overall response to the phone was that the Motorola Droid stands out among the growing android family due to its superior hardware and enhanced 2.0 software.
My cell phone model is the Verizon Wireless, Motorola Droid. The phone is all touch screen, which is nice. Some of the best features for this phone are the shopper App and the voice command functions. Shopper can take a picture of any item and give you local or internet prices for that item. The voice command allows you to do voice texting or emailing, just say what you want, and it will type it out for you.
There are a few features that I have found that I would like to see changed or removed. Those would be the QWERTY keyboard and the battery. The keyboard on the screen is very user friendly and easy to use. The QWERTY keyboard keys are close together and make for easy typing errors. The battery life is not very good especially if you go on the internet or make lots of calls.
A review by PCWorld said the Droid with its android 2.0 made surfing the web a breeze. The touch screen keyboard was easy to use but the QWERTY keyboard was not, due to the keys are mostly flat and make typing a real challenge for people with big hands. As noted by Anthony (2009) the phone has excellent call quality and parties on the other end of my calls reported no problems. The overall response to the phone was that the Motorola Droid stands out among the growing android family due to its superior hardware and enhanced 2.0 software. But the Android Marketplace still needs to catch up to the iPhoneÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s App Store.
Anthony, R. (2009). Motorola Droid: Impressive Features, Gorgeous Hardware. Retrieved from