Verizon Wireless Droid 2
Strong build and design, Improvements all around, Good keyboard.
Roomy sliding QWERTY keyboard, Nice display, Snappy performance
Updated keyboard is much nicer to use, Faster processor, Fast and easy to use, Running Android 2.2
Bright, colorful, glossy 3.7 LCD screen, Slide-out horizontal QWERTY, Google Android OS v2.2, 5-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, 3G mobile hot spot, 8GB built-in memory; 8GB card pre-installed, Long battery life
High call clarity and great reception mean you can actually use it as a phone. Sound output is loud enough to play music for friends. Lightningfast internet browsing. Slideout keypad is spacious and easy to use.
Solid build, very fast, better keyboard, good widgets
Ships with latest version of Android, Improved design.
Much improved keyboard, Customizable widgets, Android 2.2 OS, Fast hotspot connections
Much better keyboard than previous Droid. Latest version of Android. Wi-Fi hotspot mode.
The Motorola Droid 2 sports a sleeker look and an improved keyboard. The smartphone also features a faster processor, double the RAM of the original Droid, and ships with Android 2.2.
Idering the mediocre picture shooting quality, having decent video quality at a lower resolution is much more preferred than higher resolution but lowerquality video.
Call audio is a bit muddy sounding, 5MP camera instead of 8MP, 8GB SD card instead of a 16GB card.
Did not get rated battery time, Camera could be better indoors, Must remove battery to access microSD card
Sluggish physical keyboard, VGA video recording, Fewer features than Droid X, same price
Would have to start wearing cargo pants to be able to put it in our pockets. Fairly difficult to navigate at first. Picture and video quality are okay, but nothing we’d really want to upload to Facebook.
Weak camera, no HD video, dated design
Motoblur detracts from a few native Android apps, Camera is mediocre
Wi-Fi problems, Mediocre call quality, Inconsistent Flash performance, No HD video recording or HDMI.
No voice dialing over Bluetooth. No HD video recording.
The Droid 2 doesn't have a front-facing camera and Android 2.2's new camera interface. It lacks HDMI port. Though the keyboard is better, keys are a bit stiff to press.
By Geek.com on November 22, 2010
Building upon the success of Verizon Wireless‘ first Droid phone, the company launched the Droid 2 on August 11th. Now the carrier has released an improved model of the Droid 2 designed for the business traveller. The Droid 2 Global includes...-
By phandroid.com on November 18, 2010
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By GadgetReview on October 27, 2010
The Droid 2 prospers above its predecessor in nearly every way, but doesnt put up much of a fight compared to other newer Android phones. The build quality is great, and except for the mediocre still camera, as a phone the Droid 2 is...70
By Funkyfresh on October 07, 2010
Thursday, 07 October 2010 06:19 The Motorola DROID 2 is smaller and denser than the Droid X so it’s a little easier to slide into your pocket. Having the slide out keyboard is great. It’s still a little small for our liking but so much...-
By Hardware Secrets on September 20, 2010
The Droid 2 is a worthy descendant of the original Droid. It is just as sturdy and compact and has an additional bit of style, plus Motorola has done a very good job of revamping the keyboard. We are, however, stymied as to why the voice commands over...-
By Brighthand on September 09, 2010
I was excited to receive the Motorola Droid 2, but unfortunately that excitement hasn't lasted. This is certainly not a bad phone, but it's not a "wow" phone either. The main disappointments, aside from a major glitch with the mobile hotspot...60
By G4tv.com on September 07, 2010
Video Review: Motorola's Android phone is back with a new and improved look with the Droid 2, featuring a refined design, improved keyboard, 1 GHz processor and more. Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip review the Droid 2 which sells for $100 plus a...80
By The Gadgeteer on September 07, 2010
This entry is part 2 of 1 in the series Motorola Droid 2The Motorola Droid has been a very popular Android based smartphone for Verizon. It’s been out for close to a year, so of course it’s time for an update. The Droid 2 takes all the...-
By SlashGear on September 06, 2010
It’s been over nine months since we reviewed Motorola’s first DROID smartphone, the Verizon handset that arguably reversed the company’s fall from grace and set their foundations as a key player in the Android segment. Now, in an...-
By CellPhoneQuick on September 01, 2010
The Droid 2 is a solid Android device with a fast processor, capable graphics abilities, and a smooth experience afforded by Android 2.2, which includes Adobe Flash 10.1 and Motorolas Widgets-based customizations. Robust integration into Google...-