My feelings about the Motorola Backflip are mixed. It has some nice features, like the Backtrack navigation pad, the nice keyboard, and a fairly good camera, but those good features are heavily outweighed by the slow processor and sub-par voice quality and signal strength.
The Backflip isn’t a bad device, but it isn’t a great one either. There are plenty of better options out there, most notably the HTC Incredible offered by Verizon Wireless.
If you’re in the market for a new Android device, and you’re not absolutely committed to AT&T Wireless, you can very likely find something that better suits your needs than the Motorola Backflip.
- Cool touchpad navigator panel behind the screen
- Nice Keyboard
- Fairly good camera
- Slow processor
- Short battery life
- Very poor call quality
- Difficulties getting a strong enough signal to place calls or surf the Web