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Motorola Milestone / Android / Sim Free / Unlocked / 5 Megapixel / Touch Screen Mobile Phone

Released on 21 December 2009

Manufacturer: Motorola

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Comment:MOTOROLA MILESTONE -5MP- QWERTY - BLUETOOTH - 3g - BLACK - NEW - UK Warranty End of line stock ,all brand new in the box ,some of the boxes are a little scuffed from shelf life. Sim Free and ready to use with any network regular sized sim card from any network , also suitable for use on the '3' network. Full qwerty slide out keyboard ,handy 5 MP camera with Dual flash support and geo tagging. Android platform ,Unique Direction pad,pinch and zoom function. Supplied in the original box . Contents, phone, battery charger,cd, stereo headphones and UK user manual. TFT capacitive touch screen, 16M colors The manufacture warranty has expired on this stock , we issue 90 days warranty Free inclusive and insured carriage.

Motorola Milestone

Motorola Milestone gives you a premium browsing and messaging experience with the very latest from Google, all in a thin touch QWERTY slider.

Key Features:


World Wider Web
Zip through the internet with 3G speed, a Flash 10 ready HTML browser and a super fast processor. View it all on a huge display with double-tap, pinch and zoom and over 400,000 pixels, more than twice than the leading competitor.



Search
The newest Google features let you search for what you want. Find anything on the web or on your phone, including contacts, applications and more.



Every Way To Say It
Work and personal emails stream into one easy-to-navigate inbox. Respond quickly with the QWERTY or virtual keypads. Keep your contacts together, check social network status messages and download apps from Android Market.



Pocket Paparazzi
Take stills and videos with the 5MP camera with built-in flash, zoom and auto-focus, and DVD-quality video recorder. Drop, drag and sync your content, then post, share or playback with the optional Motorola Media Link.

  • 5 Megapixel Camera
  • Network:
  • GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
  • HSDPA 900 / 2100
  • Size:
  • 115.8 x 60 x 13.7 mm
  • 165g
  • Display:
  • TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
  • 480 x 854 pixels, 3.7 inches
  • Sound:
  • Vibration
  • MP3, WAV ringtones
  • 3.5 mm audio jack
  • Memory:
  • microSD, up to 32GB, 8GB included
  • Data:
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
  • Bluetooth
  • microUSB v2.0
  • Android OS, v2 (Eclair)
  • ARM Cortex A8 550 MHz processor
  • SMS, MMS, Email, IM, Push Email
  • Games
  • Java: Digital compass
  • MP3/eAAC+/WAV/WMA9 player
  • MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV9 player
  • Organizer
  • Voice memo
  • T9

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)

 Excellent phone

| | See all MattCLeeds's reviews (4)

Top 100 Mobile Reviewer

I've had one since late December, replacing my iPhone with one of these was a hard decision but I've not regretted it. I've freed myself from the restrictive app policies that Apple enforce! The apps for Android don't number as many as the iPhone, but there are far more that are free. The quality of the apps will get better and better (games are poor compared to the iPhone).

Call quality is decent, and I like the fact that contacts can be managed through your Google Mail account.

Web browsing is pretty easy (has multi-touch to do pinch and zoom).. it'll be good when we get Flash support in the next few months (not due on the iPhone for a long time!), and the free sat-nav app by Google is due out soon too.

 Best phone I've had.

| | See all charlotte123654's reviews (1)

Love this phone. Drop it all the time and it never brakes. Swapped it for my iPhone and its so much better.

 at last

| | See all jjasonbsmith's reviews (2)

I have found phone I love at last. I have been through many phones and have always got bored with them. I could bore you with a list of ones I have had, but that would be unfair. Lets just say I have had all operating systems out there (although not the iphone, REEEAALLLYYY not interested in that one) I had a htc g1 when they first came out and loved that phone also, however it came to a sad end when I dropped it and a mate drove over it. Since then i Have tried other phones. My last one was a htc hero, which I have to say was a awesome bit of kit in its own right. I realised then that I wanted to stay with android but wanted a bigger and better phone.

So along came my Milestone, AWESOME.
great screen, great keyboard (although some done get on with it) Very quick even though it doesnt have the latest 1ghz processor.

This is a very well built phone, feels great in the hand. I have had no issues with rebooting, the battery lasts 2 days on light use and everything works just right.

I cant recomend this phone enought, if you was thinking about it, buy it, you wont regret it espescially as 2.2 is just round the corner.

 Fantastic Phone

| | See all PlaneJinksy's reviews (1)

I've had this phone just under a year now and I still love it! When it comes to phones I get bored after about 6 months but with the great Operating System and the ever growing variety of Apps this phone can hardly be faulted.
Its very well built, you can tell straight away that its a top end phone, no flimsy plastic just metal. The screen is still bright and responsive even after a years fairly hard use and has proven very stable.
As one of the revierws mentioned it has a slower processor than most Smart phones but this rarely shows and will multi-task with ease.
The downsides are a real world battery performance requiring a charge every night, but that's common with these kind of phones. The keyboard is poor, the buttons arn't raised and are small but at least it has one! Its lost a star only really due to the poor support and development from Motorola, we've been promised Android 2.2 since the summer of 2010 and still havn't had it with next to no reasons of explainations from Motorola, apprently its ariiving Q1 of 2011, when it does though this really will keep this phone near the top of Android devices for at least another 9-12 months.
In conclusion I would thoroughly recommend this phone, its does everything its designed to do very well and I would definitely buy another Android phone when this one finally dies and probably, despite their support short-comings, another Motorola too!