Motorola, the company that in 1983 made the first cellphone (the DynaTAC 8000X), was in a miserable condition two years ago. After suffering losses, laying off employees and even putting its mobile division for sale, many thought it'll be the last we'll see of this mobile maker. Motorola top boss Sanjay Jha hoped to turn things around and get the company back on its feet. The company received a shot in the arm in December last year with the release of the Motorola Droid. The Droid was a CDMA-based smartphone that ran Google's Android 2.1 OS, and had most of the features that would satisfy a tech junkie back then. The phone did well, at least in the US. The Motorola Milestone is the GSM version of the Droid.
The Milestone was launched in India a few months ago. Thanks to some epic goofs by the Motorola India PR, it took ages to get here. We even contemplated whether we should go ahead posting its Review on Techtree now. But then we could see that a lot of people were asking for it in many other articles involving Android phones. So, it is nothing less than our duty to oblige. Here's the review of the Motorola Milestone.