Motorola Droid Doesnâ€™t Measure up to iPhone
So does the Verizon Motorola Droid smartphone measure up to the AT&T Apple iPhone? Well according to an article over on Barrons, no it doesn’t as they say the Motorola Droid is less attractive, less intuitive and less functional.
They also go on to state that the Motorola Droid doesn’t sync music from computers and well is actually even disappointing as a basic mobile phone.
On the other hand the Motorola Droid does offer Android 2.0, which is good if your world revolves around all things Google, and syncs with Microsoft Exchange although isn’t easy to set up and their tech guy just couldn’t get the handset to sync.
They say the worst thing about the Motorola Droid though is its reception which was poor in their tests, which surprised then with Verizon, but the sound was broken up and hazy, but on the up side the Motorola Droid’s slide QWERTY was good and the navigation system with Google Maps works well.