1. Suntan's Avatar
    I see that the D3 supports BT 2.1 and not the newer 3.0 version. Does anyone feel let down by this?

    Personally, I have an old BT mouse in a drawer somewhere and every once in a while my wife uses a BT headset to talk with her mom while doing work around the house. Other than that, I really havenít looked much into BT at all.

    Will BT 3.0 offer anything significantly better than 2.1? Or is it much ado about nothing?

    -Suntan
    07-07-2011 02:37 PM
  2. Raptor007's Avatar
    Not a big deal for me I guess, but not a surprise either. Moto really is dropping the ball all over the place. The mighty have fallen and fallen hard. Still so long as I can pair my HF BT in my car and my Moto H710 headset I'm good, for now.
    07-07-2011 11:00 PM
  3. Ekreed's Avatar
    I don't think many people will spot the difference, since very few devices require BT3. Personally, I'm more interested in BT4, which is probably at least a year away from market, because the low energy mode seems far more useful than a higher data transfer rate, which is the main addition in BT3. Afterall, I have several ways of quickly transferring files from A to B, I don't think I need another.
    07-08-2011 07:06 AM
  4. IceDree's Avatar
    I reed about it in wikiepida a while ago , I think there's a small differences , more like technological differences , somethings probably won't effect us as users

    Motorola could be keeping it phones with BlueTooth 2.1 on purpose , for the Poeple who have the Motorola BlueTooth accessorize , you know Motorola have all kinds of BlueTooth accessorize from headsets & earpieces to Mouses & keyboards (basiclly anything that uses BlueTooth) & these stuff ain't exactly cheap (espcially the MotoROKR headphones , I've always wanted to get one , but its so expensive in Saudi Arabia)

    Personally , I don't use the BloothTooth allot , as a manner of fact the last time I used it was when I bought my Sony Ericsson W910i about 3 & half years ago
    07-08-2011 04:29 PM
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