Preview: Motorola Milestone 2 (Droid 2)

Motorola has recently launched slider keyboard Motorola Milestone 2 with Moto Blur, which syncs your e-life with one tap with continued updates and backups without logging and signing off.

The Motorola mile stone 2 is loaded with Android 2.2 which offers more connectivity, enhanced messaging, enhanced storage, enhanced speed and updated version of adobe flash player.

Processor & Memory:

It comes with the 1GHZ OMAP SOC processor, with 8GB of internal storage and support 32 GB expandable memory.


  • TFT, with anti-reflective coating touchscreen, 16M colors
  • 3.7-in.; FWVGA (480 x 854)

Sensor Technology:

  • Accelerometer for sensor UI Auto-rotate
  • Proximity sensor for auto turn-off
  • Ambient light and E-Compass

Connectivity & Location Based details:

It supports:

  • WI-FI 802.11 b/g
  • Bluetooth Version 2.1 + EDR (support profiles, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HID, HSP, OPP, PBAP)
  • Micro USB 2.0 (High Speed)
  • It can share content wirelessly with DLNA (Digital Living network alliance) device.
  • Email Syncing, Exchange 2003 and 2007 with other syncing applications.
  • A-GPS , sGPS (simultaneous) Google Maps, Google Maps Navigation, Google Latitude,
  • eCompass
  • 3.5mm audio jack


It is capable of standard multimedia functions, such as:

  • 5 Mega pixel camera (2592х1944 pixels) with image stabilization, real-time color effects, scene modes, location tagging. It also supports digital zoom, Dual Flash LED, automatic Focus, with image editing like Cropping , geo-tagging, rotating.
  • Connected Music Player
  • HD 720P video capturing at 26-30fps video capture rate.
  • It can play WMV v9, AMR WB, MPEG-4, H.264, WAV, H.263, AMR NB, WMA v10, WMV v10
  • It also supports streaming media.
  • Speaker phone
  • It supports ringtones formats in : eAAC, eAAC+, AAC+, AAC, MP3, OGG
  • NO FM radio.


  • AndroidFroyo 2.2
  • Moto Blur UI.
  • Google Mail.
  • Google Latitude
  • Google Maps Street view, Navigation,
  • Google News and weather widgets
  • Google Search by Voice
  • Google Quick Search Box
  • Android Market
  • Social network integration applications.
  • Google Chrome browser
  • Google Talk
  • Document Viewer
  • Online Video Streaming Applications.

INPUT Method:

  • Light-responsive display
  • Pinch to zoom
  • Qwerty keyboard
  • Touch screen
  • Virtual keyboard
  • Voice commands
  • Back, Home, Volume control, Camera, Search, Power/Lock, Menu keys.
  • Directional Key

Colors Availability:

  • Black

Bonus Features:

  • 720P HD Recording
  • Moto Blur UI


Motorola Milestone 2 is the much enhanced version of Motorola Milestone, with increase of just 4 grams in its overall weight and slight increase in dimensions as well.

Motorola’s new 1GHZ processor and Moto Blur UI live widgets have added value to Motorola Milestone 2 with 720P video capturing and 8GB internal memory;Whereas, Motorola has again missed the FM radio, which could enhance it’s multimedia feature.


at homeshopping.PK its priced at Rs. 52,990

However, if we compare Motorola Milestone with Motorola Milestone 2 following enhancements have been observed:

Motorola Milestone Motorola Milestone 2
WLAN without DLNA WLAN with DLNA
600 MHZ Processor with Power VR Graphics 1GHZ Processor
133MB internal storage 8GB internal storage
720×480 video capturing @ 24fps 720P @ 30fps video capturing
Without Moto Blur UI With Moto Blur

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        the first meego handset is set to be announced in nokia world 2010 . it has been leaked to the net already. furthermore symbian S^1 was a great first attempt at taking symbian to touch devices and it was partly successfull but with S^3 now coming [on the n8] it looks awesome , multiple home screens ,flash buit-in etc . you guys havent even used s^3 and are saying bs about symbian being outdated , symbian still has around 46 % of the marketshare so you better not talk. s^3 and S^4 will take symbian way ahead of where it currently is and still nokia will use it for only midrange and low range devices . MEEGO will rule highend.
        the upcoming n9 will beat to dust any other phone that ever existed , nokia is betting their everything on it just like microsoft is betting a billion dollars on the windows phone 7 furthermore palm os 2.0 is coming out soon too and ios 4.1 was launched recently and android 2.2 was released lately too . it will be great competition but n9 will truimph BELIEVE IT!!!

        • NOKIA is loosing and loosing its market. Instead of being biased for one company, try to analyse and see the success of iPhone OS (iOS) and Andorid. Now even RIM (blackberry) is thinking to switch to Android and use open source software instead of paying for high development cost. Nokia will just try to CATCH-UP the pace of Android and iOS but its too late.

          I personally feel that companies who produces mobile hardwares should not try to focus too much on Operating systems because energies gets lost. They should focus on development of highend hardware of mobile and use best OS available in market. If you want to read analysis on Nokia future with current policy, I can cope paste for you.

  • DROID X is more successful than DROID 2… So wait for DROID X version for GSM technology. Currently it is launched only in USA.

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