Editors Liked

  • Perfect for social network enthusiasts, Excellent reception and signal for calls and web browsing, Roomy QWERTY keyboard
  • Nice, heavy well made phone, Good call quality, Easy to use, Finger friendly interface, Great for social networking
  • Solidly built, good industrial design and battery life, robust browser, included navigation
  • Responsive touchscreen, Solid, slider design
  • Motoblur social networking interface, 4-line QWERTY keyboard with dedicated number line, Sleek and tough extruded aluminum casing, Side-mounted battery and SD card, Included 8 GB memory card
  • Responsive touchscreen, Solid, slider design
  • Gravy, can someone get a crane to lift this heavy thing?
  • Great social networking integration. Good keyboard. Feels responsive
  • Solid build, good call quality, great for social networking
  • The Motorola Devour has a sturdy design with a functional feature set and a spacious keyboard. It's a good performer too
  • Elegant design, Comfortable slide-out keyboard, Motoblur service for social networking and backup, Supports many Verizon Wireless services, Users can access their photos and contacts from a browse

Editors Didn't Like

  • Overcrowded interface with the preinstalled widgets and apps, Operates on Android 1.6, while earlier Droid units functions with 2.0 and 2.1 Android versions, The screen size is small with reference to the phone’s size. It could definitely support a
  • Poor picture quality, Poor battery life, Slow web browsing (could be network in my area)
  • Very bulky, runs older Android 1.6 OS, UI can feel sluggish
  • Runs Android OS 1.6, Disappointing camera
  • Heavy and clunky, Inferior 3.1 MP camera, Flush on/off, camera access/shutter buttons, Mysterious syncing problems
  • Runs Android OS 1.6, Disappointing camera
  • Physical keyboard does not make up for atrocious touchscreen performance. Weakling camera. Good gravy, can someone get a crane to lift this heavy thing?
  • Cramped screen. So-so reception. Various media problems
  • Overshadowed by the Motorola Droid. Battery life is soso
  • The Motorola Devour runs Android 1.6, and its display is small for the phone's size. The placement of some controls could be improved, and the camera has few features
  • On-screen keyboard and touch-sensitive buttons aren’t always responsive, No multitouch support, Atypical physical keyboard layout, Mediocre camera