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    Default Motorola Milestone 3


    Single topic on the Motorola Droid3, or in Europe Milestone 3. It was released July 14 in the U.S. forVerizon without a subscription price of $ 460 or about € 320.Stillno date for Europe, but it should arrive this summer in Canada, Bell.


    Features:
    • CPU: Dual-core processor 1 GHz (TI OMAP 4430)
    • RAM: 512 MB unfortunately only
    • Cameras: 8-megapixel with LED flash for the camera from behind, with the option to record 1080p. A "front-facing camera" of 0.3 megapixels is also at the meeting.
    • OS: Android Gingerbread (2.3)
    • Display: 4 "QHD display
    • The specialty of the Droid: QWERTY keyboard 5 lines (the first line is dedicated to the figures)
    • Battery: 1540 mAh

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    Good initiative but I must admit that a mobile android with a 1540mAh battery it's scary, it is mandatory to disable connectivity to take a day (home of 6am to 2am) in short it has everything for him this phone but not essential, I mean that a mobile has to be used without the stress of finding an outlet to charge it.

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    Tested for many phones, I must say that the concept mobile phone with Android falls into the water, the only motive I had was that the road to the level of autonomy is the Dell battery yet Streak 1530mAh of it was implemented, I had a samsung galaxy and an S wave, with a hardware and a similar use, the wave is three times more than SMS, which shows that the OS uses a max and manufacturers do not trample caractèrisitques to optimize their devices, there's the time they are seen to offer a more maj that is not optimized.

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    Motorola offers good terminals but I think they screwed up, I have not seen the Atrix at work but at independence, milestone, defy, is the cata. Now this is only my point of view, for someone who bump into an office and keeps this all the time are connected there is no problem, but today such as android are the most repaired because at the USB connection they make the soul. Palm offers the touchstone short and I think it's a real solution!

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    If I followed the major weakness of Motorola was the updates, but with the purchase of Motorola by google, I think that aside there will be no problem ^ ^

    But what interests me is also the quality of the camera, we can expect a good? And for 512 of ram it can still easily navigate right?

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    I hope not, I like the idea of having a physical keyboard, but the lack of update me off. And it seems to be the only smartphone with physical keyboard hold the road really has me at the moment (well its 512 ram it is also an imperfection that bothers me). I doubt that with the possible galaxy s2 physical keyboard arrives in Europe. Perhaps I turn to a very tactile, we'll see.

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    Well at this level I know nothing, I rely more on opinion, and I did not see anything very negative about the milestone and its power, except the ram which is well below what is currently in high-end.

    I was looking for a particularly large screen, physical keyboard, good camera. It's just that I'm sure to understand, the rest I leave it for testing and advice.

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    No I did not know, what indeed disgust because it's really disgusting on the part of Motorola for having done nothing. Hum definitely there is no physical keyboard has good smartphones by my standards.

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    Milestone 3 seems to be a wonder, (android, keyboard lines with 5-digit direct arrows on keyboard keys not as hard to push a desire htc Z) and I want one.
    in France it is on, we have nothing available until January (I want the paris).

    by cons in Canada, it is pre-order. it is a qwerty version of course, but in gsm (System for 50% of Canada, the other half with the American system), in Quad 850 900 1800 1900 OEM cad and non-blocked for an operator from there.

    Then the question is, do you know if it can work in France as it is, Bouygues for me?

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