Motorola DEVOUR A555 Review

The Motorola DEVOUR A555 is now the third Android smartphone to be released by Verizon Wireless after the Motorola DROID and HTC DROID ERIS, but it is the first from the carrier to feature the MOTOBLUR user interface, which integrates social networking, email, and messaging directly on the desktop, though it still runs on Android 1.6 OS...
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5 Comments

1. ace1122

Posts: 237; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

Other than the price, i dont any reason to get this phone instead of the DROID. This phone is too big.

2. Legacystar

Posts: 131; Member since: Dec 31, 2009

A better keyboard could be very attractive to some over the droid. I personally like the feel of the phone and I like the springloaded slider

3. spk

Posts: 36; Member since: Feb 03, 2010

I got a chance to see this phone first-hand this morning and i like the feel of the slide on this keyboard a little more than the Motorola Droid. I also like the placement of the keys better as well. For me, those are the only things I like about this phone better than the Droid. But still seems like a pretty solid phone.

4. camjurgz

Posts: 6; Member since: Mar 17, 2010

If people want the Motorola Devour right now, just a little FYI that GoWireless (Verizon Retailer) has had it for almost 2 weeks now. Im not sure what the whole thing about the March 25th launch date but I personally have sold several...so if anyone out there is interested visit your local gowireless . net

5. Midwest41 unregistered

I've been having thiis Dev. A555 for sometimes now and I love it the most out of anyother cell phone. Learned to do a lot with it, except, Upgrade my os. Can anyone give me heads up on what I should do? Thank you a lot for your support.
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