My mom bought this phone in spring of 2010. She absolutely loved it and used it very often, enjoying most the ability to post on her blog from it. When mom and dad upgraded their phones a few months ago, I got the leftover Droid; a hand-me-down. This was just about the coolest hand-me-down EVER. lol
Anyway, as I have had it for a few months I know all of it's ups and downs and am ready to laying all down for ya.
The first con I'd like to point out is the thickness of the phone. Because of the keypad that is attached, it doubles the bulkiness of the phone. While I will not be tossing this phone out because of the fault, I do find it somewhat aggravating at times.
Another thing to point out is the occasional freezing problems. Every once and a while while browsing the Internet it will suddenly shut down the browser, returning you to your homescreen and closing all of the web pages you had open. It is very annoying sometimes, but as it only happens on occasion and perhaps only with my phone, it simply needs to be pointed out.
I couldn't decide where to put my opinion of the battery life - in the pros or cons- as I can't really decide. Compared to my friend's Samsung Transform it has excellent battery life, but when using it steadily throughout the day it is usually in need of a charge by around 3pm. And that's having charged it all night and unplugging it at around 7:30. I suppose it would just depend on how much you use your phone during the day.
The only other fault I'd like to point out is a very simple one and it makes me chuckle a bit that I'm even pointing it out but...it doesn't have a one of those holes where you can attach a phone charm.(pictured right) I found this to be a great downfall as a teenaged girl.
While Verizon no longer sells this model of Droid, they are easy to find used on Ebay and other sites. If you're looking for an easy to use, reliable, and really cool phone, the Droid Motorola just might be for you. :-)