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  1. damewolf13

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    I have had my Bravo for about 2 months now, and honestly it is a pretty amazing little phone. I know it is not an Atrix or a Thunderbolt, but it does well at everything I have asked it to do. It has a speedy little processor with little to no lag in downloads. The screen is crisp and sharp, as is the sound.
    Where are all of the Bravo lovers out there?
    I don't understand why this forum is so dead.:(
     

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    I have had one for about a month...........my first android. I love it. It amazes me what a phone can do. Best of all I got my free on an upgrade.
     
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    I agree--I think it's great.
    I don't know! I'm as surprised as you are. I've posted questions and gotten zero replies. It's weird because the Bravo is even getting a good deal of advertising, so I'm sure there are a lot of people buying/using them. But, yeah, this forum is dead... :(
     
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    Where? This thread is the very first time I've heard of it. Is it in the US? On which carrier?
     
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    Yes, it is in the US, and AT&T is the carrier as of now.
    I have seen the AT&T commercials on tv advertising this phone, but for some reason I guess it just isn't catching on too well.
    It is a real shame, because it is a very nice little android smartphone, and it's chocked full of features, and for a great price too!
    No, I don't work for Motorola, or AT&T, but if I did I might get the word out better about what a good deal the Bravo is!;):D
     
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    I've had mine for 2 weeks and love it. Came from the Iphone 3gs and this phone is much better. I went with Moto brand because of the Crystal clear talking. This does everything and more than my Iphone. I was concerned when I bought about it ever being upgrade to the 2.2 version, but it ran so darn good that I hab to get it. GPS is awsome on it.
     
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    I know with each new android build there are some new cool features included, but I agree that eclaire is adequate for most purposes for the casual user. I do love froyo though, and am looking forward to what gingerbread might bring. I think at this point we are all getting a bit spoiled by this whole android thing.:p
    My first smartphone was a little Blackberry Pearl, and then I got the original Samsung Omnia, neither of which could do anything compared to the smartphones of today. I shudder to think of all of the wonderful apps that I had to delete to make more room in the memory, because of the dismally small alloted app memory allowed back then.:(
     
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    I got one for my wife (I was using an unlocked Motorola Defy on AT&T) and really it's the same phone in a bullet proof case :) I loved my Defy (and still have it for a back up) and my wife and I both love her Bravo. It's really an awesome phone and I hope it does catch on. I am hoping they start making more cases and accessories and that it does get updates from Moto for the newer Android platforms. We'll see but as is - out of the box - it's really a great upper mid-level Android phone. No complaints at all.
     
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    Agreed!
     
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    AT&T is advertising the Bravo a lot here in the US. I'm in California, but I don't recall offhand whether the TV ads I've seen were on local channels and/or national. I may try to pay more attention next time I notice one--but I'm notorious for muting and/or changing channels as soon as a show goes to a break. :)
     
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    I have had my phone a couple months and love it. I too am puzzled why we do not have more online interest. I am in Co. and see ads for the Bravo on sale for $49.99, but the ads are far and few between. They now have the 3G Ipod advertised for $49.99. I would not trade my Bravo. Fantastic little phone. I have it in the Otterbox case.
     
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    You know, it's entirely possible that people just haven't found this forum yet. I mean, the Bravo is quite new, and it's possible that its users are posting on other forums--perhaps specific places like Motorola, or AT&T, or whatever. Maybe they're just not looking for Android forums and therefore haven't come across this Bravo subforum. Just a thought!
     
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    There is a lot more action on the XDA Bravo pages... you might stop by there and check it out.
    Motorola Bravo - xda-developers
     
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    Hadn't heard of it--will check it out!
     

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