Improved keyboard; faster processor; double the RAM of the original Milestone; ships with Android 2.2.
Great browsing experience, crisp and responsive screen, good battery life.
The Milestone 2’s navigational credentials were fast, accurate and Google Maps now includes voice directions ...
Solid build, Usable QWERTY keyboard, 720p HD video recording
Slideout QWERTY keyboard, 5megapixel camera, 720p HD video recording.
Lacks a front-facing camera; user experience isn't as well thought-out; sluggish performance.
Android 2.3 upgrade is likely to be a long wait.
The Milestone 2 is on the heavy side, and its cumbersome build may not be to everyone’s tastes Look and Feel...
Manual sliding mechanism
Big n chunky, Battery life not great, LED rather than Xenon flash.
By Expert Reviews on September 21, 2011
Great battery life, decent storage and a clear interface, but performance is poor and the keyboard's flat keys aren't the best we've used...80
By BrightHub on June 26, 2011
The Motorola Milestone 2 is one of the best QWERTY Android sliders available. It competes directly with the HTC Desire Z, but with a faster processor, and a better UI with Motoblur, I find the Motorola Milestone 2 a slightly better deal and I...80
By HardwareZone.com on May 16, 2011
When the Motorola Milestone 2 was launched, it was intended to succeed its predecessor and cement its place in the smartphone market. By improving on most of the shortcomings and retaining what worked, we felt that Motorola did a commendable job on...80
By FoneArena on March 18, 2011
Here is the FoneArena Motorola Milestone 2 Review, the latest version of the handset that saved Motorola in the past. It is unbelievable that barely two years ago, Motorola was on death knell. Then the company announced and release the...-
By CNET Asia on March 04, 2011
The Milestone 2 offers a number of improvements over the original Milestone. It's a good option for those who want an Android phone with a physical keyboard, but they should also consider the HTC Desire Z for its more elegant user experience....70
By AsiaOne on March 01, 2011
THIS device is really not that blur. It's pretty smart even - especially for the social butterfly types.I'm talking about Motoblur, Motorola's user interface, similar to Samsung's TouchWiz or HTC's Sense.Why Motorola would call it...80
By PC Pro on February 04, 2011
Good software, but the keyboard isn't very good and battery life is poor...67
By The Inquirer on February 03, 2011
Version two has a sleek appearance like many of Motorola's phones, although the design is not as stylish as the Flipout or Milestone XT720. The handset is comfortable to hold, with dimensions of 116mm x 61mm x 14mm. The device retains a physical...70
By 3G UK on January 27, 2011
The Motorola Milestone 2 offers a whole heap of features and does what we had hoped - improves on the original version. Social networkers will be happy that MOTOBLUR has been included, and users will be enamoured by the tactile QWERTY keyboard....80
By GSMArena on January 27, 2011
Great phones are never good at just one thing. The Motorola MILESTONE 2 can do a lot and it can do it right for a lot of different users. The comfortable keyboard and full set of messaging features will appeal to business users. The social networking...-