Motorola Droid 3

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Reviewed by patfactorx (Currently owns)

-Blazing fast. Apps open quickly, web pages load quickly, interface runs smoothly, videos and games run well.
-Large 5-row keyboard is perfect for typing. No tiny hard-to-hit buttons.
-4" screen is large and clear.
-16G of onboard storage is top-notch compared to almost any other phone.
-Strong 3G signal everywhere I go.

Lasts me the day but not much more

No Camera Button:
You can easily map a double clicked home button using the phone's built in software. No need to cry and no need for apps. I was concerned about it but I'm already over it.

It weighs a little bit more. You can dig up the stats for yourself but it's bigger, what do you expect? You won't be able to tell in three days. It's a nice heavy phone. Jeff Goldblum said that if it's heavy, it's probably expensive. He's a smart man.

The original Droid owners were spoiled with the best speaker known to man. This isn't as good, but it's still good. Like I said, Droid 1's was exceptional and this one does just fine.

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  • Design 10
  • Display 10
  • Camera(s) 10
  • Reception / call quality 10
  • Performance 10
  • Software 10
  • Battery life 10
  • Ecosystem 10
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