Motorola Milestone 2 Review

The Motorola Milestone 2 is not exactly the phone in the prime of its youth, but you know the saying: no old man, no wisdom… We’re kidding. The Motorola Milestone 2 is one good phone and it should be made known immediately.

This model appears as a successor to the Motorola Milestone model and Motorola seems to be doing a good job with it. Namely, there are not many models on the market that have quite strong Android specifications, as well as a QWERTY keyboard.

The original Motorola Milestone model was not one of the most beautiful or elegant phones running on the Android platform, but for those for whom aesthetic standards are not a matter of life or death, this was no problem. Not to mention those for whom the virtual keyboard on the screen was inconceivable. They could hardly wait for such a phone. Things started to change when HTC launched the HTC Desire Z, so Motorola had to react through the aforementioned Motorola Milestone 2.

The Motorola Milestone 2 lets you know what kind of phone it is for the first time. First of all, the build quality is good (despite the sliding horizontal QWERTY keyboard). It looks decent and lies nicely in the hand. With its weight of 169 grams, it is not the thinnest of all children, but it is by no means difficult to be impractical to use. People of an old or older age would say a real phone, not a toy.

The TFT screen has a diagonal of 3.7 inches, which is quite enough for most fingers to comfortably use all the contents. The screen reacts in a timely and precise manner and all actions are performed quickly, and the credit for that goes to the 1 GHz processor and solid 512 RAM (if we know that this is not a new model). Below the screen, there are 4 Android keys that make it much easier to use the phone, and there is also a solid MOTOBLUR user interface with useful things.

The case is made partly of metal and partly of plastic, which leaves a pretty good impression. The phone works firmly and does not slip out of your hand due to the slightly rougher surface of the back of the phone QWERTY keyboard is good and easy to use, so fans of wide correspondence with all relatives will enjoy it
Motorola Milestone 2 has a standard audio port, USB connection. On the side is a hardware button for a 5-megapixel camera that records 720p video. The camera also has a dual flash, autofocus, face detection…

Motorola Milestone 2 has a good internal memory of 8GB, and the phone comes with so much more via a micro SD card (which comes with the phone). There is also a volume control button on the side and a button to turn the phone on / off. The 1,400 mAh battery is enough for approximately all-day use on 3G. Speaking of 3G, surfing the internet is good and the pages open pretty quickly, so that part of the story is part of Motorola’s Milestone 2.

The Motorola Milestone 2 is one pretty ok phone and easy to use. It offers everything a very good phone has to offer. One of the rare flaws is that it has hardware support for FM radio, but the software part of the story is missing, so the user will have to be satisfied with internet radio or record enough favorite music on quite good and already obtained (by buying a phone) 16 GB. Anyway, a warm recommendation for the Motorola Milestone 2.

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