Nice screen; solid sliding mechanism; really loud speakers; decent camera and video recording functions.
Great phone call quality, sturdy build, well-sized screen that offers good touch response, Fairly Snappy Android 2.1 OS
Excellent Build Quality, Android 2.1 OS, Snappy Interface, Very Good Keyboard, Ideal for Music
Great design overall, Superb music player, Preloaded Motonav navigation is very well designed, Manages multitasks very well, Crystal talk makes for clear audio on calls
India’s first Android 2.1 device, super slim for a QWERTY
Slim form factor, Syncing features by Motorola, High battery mileage
Android 2.0 is awesome. Excellent multitouch screen. Refined email app
Android 2.0, large responsive touchscreen, long battery life.
Proper build quality and overall design, Excellent display with great sensitivity, Very good incall quality, Very good snapshot and video quality, Multitouchcapable browser
Speedy internet, great browser, excellent Gmail and Google features, lots of internal memory and bundled with 8GB microSD card...
Notification bar makes multi-tasking easy. Stunning screen. Google Maps Navigation
Physical keypad could be better, no Flash support; laggy userinterface.
Bulky and not as sleek as the competition, average slide out QWERTY keyboard usability
Average Camera, Battery Underperforms
Camera has limited features, Large D-Pad could be an issue for some, No Divx support for videos, or Fm radio
Very firm slide out action, camera is the weak point of the device
Stiff slider mechanism, Flat keys, Heavy
Physical QWERTY is poor and adds bulk. Mute button easily activated during calls
Google turn by turn mapping software is missing, keyboard is a tad awkward to use.
Relatively short battery life, Touchsensitive keys with inconvenient arrangement, Good QWERTY keyboard with clattered layout
No push email on non-Google and Microsoft Exchange accounts, keyboard isn’t quite as tactile as you’d expect for an email-centric phone, difficult to sync contacts with a standalone Microsoft Outlook account, short ...
Cramped, flat keypad. Stale-looking menu pages. Blurry photos
By ITP.net on January 04, 2011
The Milestone is, quite literally, a solid phone with decent features. It just feels a little dated compared to other Android devices....80
By LetsGoMobile on October 18, 2010
A fter a successful introduction in the U.S., the Motorola Milestone is being introduced in more and more countries as part of Motorola’s comeback strategy. The Android operating system seems to be a good choice in terms of timing. We had high...69
By PC Authority on September 30, 2010
Good specifications can’t make up for average performance...67
By GeekZone on August 12, 2010
And today is my first full week with an Android device - and the first time in years I spent away from a Windows Phone device (not counting the week I tried really hard to use a BlackBerry) without really wanting to go back. Except for a couple of...-
By FoneArena on July 13, 2010
ProsBrilliant Design Great Build Quality Huge Display Good Audio Quality Plenty of Connectivity options Android 2.1 with Android Market 5 MP Camera ConsAverage Battery Life QWERTY keyboard needs refinement Mediocre Camera No FM Radio We can’t deny...-
By Mobile88 on June 19, 2010
Android phones come in many shapes and sizes but the latest batch of phones have one thing in common - all of them only have virtual keypads. So, technically the physical Qwerty keypad of the Milestone gives it an edge over the competition. However,...-
By TechTree on June 07, 2010
The Motorola Milestone sells for approximately Rs. 28,000. In comparison, you have the Nexus One/HTC Desire selling for almost the same price. They have an AMOLED display, 1 GHz processor and a thinner design (due to the lack of a hardware keyboard)....70
By PCWorld India on May 27, 2010
When first launched as the Droid, the Motorola Milestone was hyped beyond measure. I’m glad to report that most of the hype has real world basis. Any way you look at it, the Milestone is an impressive smartphone in spite of its heavy price-tag of...85
By Canadian Reviewer on May 20, 2010
ThursdayThursday, May 20, 2010 at 5:37PM By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla Still the flagship Google Android phone sold in Canada in terms of specs and OS version offered, the recently updated Motorola Milestone is proving to be a big win for Motorola as well...-
By TechSmart.co.za on May 14, 2010
The Motorola Milestone is a solid smartphone in most regards and the QWERTY keyboard might just be enough inspiration for some users to go for this instead of the X10i or the new HTC batch. It feels a bit bland though, bereft of any real personality...-