Motorola Milestone XT720 could be ideal upgrade from used phones
9 July 2010 — 11:55 AM
Motorola's Milestone XT720 mobile is considered by one expert to be an improvement on an already successful device - which could make it ideal for those looking to upgrade from their previous used phones.
David Phelan, reviewing the handset for T3, says the original Milestone device "heralded the rejuvenation" of Motorola as a mobile brand.
However, the XT720 version goes one step further, eradicating some of the original model's few weak spots - such as its flat and difficult-to-use keyboard.
"The new model ditches the solid keyboard for a highly usable virtual keyboard, making the new Milestone even sleeker," writes Mr Phelan.
Its design is also aesthetically pleasing, with a metal-edged front and rubbery back said to be "slimmer" than the predecessor.
Motorola states it is already working on its environmental impact, having offered customers a range of help when it comes to improving the efficiency of their mobile phone.
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