"PDA or Smartphone"4.0 starson by cdw5510
Pros: Slim form factor, easy to use
Cons: AS of now battery life, No pocket word or excel
Summary: Well, as we all know this was the phone to have back in July 2005 when Moto said they have something for us, little did anyone know that this is a Smartphone and not a PDA. I am sure about 80 percent of the people who read these reviews understand the difference. It all comes down to how much are you will to spend and what carrier you are going to go with. Verizon, I think has the best phones on the market, and yes Cingular did about 1 year ago.
I always say, if you like the Blackberry, stya with the Backberry, if you like the Treo then stay with the Treo and if you like a phone you can make calls on then stay with that phone. I am a person who loves technology and will go out of my way to get it if I want it. This is the only phone I didnt wait to see if anything will come out of it, due to the revisions already that took place for it. Motorola did hit this one to the warning track. I am sure they will make it better with firmware upgrades and possibly software updates. If Motorola and Microsoft do it right, this really is a beta phone and updates will soon follow to make it the best of the best.
We all know how google does it, you can get it right the first time so keep adding to it and have users keep upgrading their software. Again I would recommend buying this phone now because when the next, if a next release comes out, they might miss it then and not now.