Excerpt: Finally I have with me my first Android phone ever; the HTC Desire Z. I’ve had a couple of days to use it and was quite pleased overall with the phone’s performance. On that note, here’s my review of the device.
Excerpt: I’ve had the HTC Desire Z for a little more than half a year now. I think that this is decent phone for the price. I’ve used this cell phone for many purposes such as watching videos online, surfing the internet, listening to music, texting, making videos, and organizing …
Summary: I absolutely love this phone. I have been having small problems here and there with speed. And sometimes the volume on my phone keeps turning down on low even after I turn it up. The good news is this company does offer a warranty if need it. I think I do just don't want to be without a phone.
Pros: Qwerty keyboard, HTC quality, Cons: short battery life
28 February 2014
Summary: The best Android phone, yes, maybe not so fast and powerfull as 2014 models, but so easy to use, especially because of full Qwerty physical keyboard, slim and not heavy, slider factor, highly recommended. I burned its flash with Android 4.2 firmware, so it can run any newest applications. The only negative part is a battery, but you can buy not original and more powerful battery 3200mAh if you need it.
Summary: This is my first Android phone so readers may take this with a grain of salt, but I wanted a phone with all these features.. Pros: a good size and quality screen. QWERTY keyboard. I find the screen keyboards lacking. I can type much faster and accurately with the physical keyboard. Android apps. Love them. Would not like "pay for everything" Apple. Decent camera. Recently used the video and everything was so intuitive - zooming etc. Like the SD card inside.
Summary: been using the same phone since it's launch... i hate touchscreen keyboard and swype. there is not comparison of typing an email with on QWERTY vs touchscreen keyboard, I've challanged many people on a typing emails and conversations... i win hands down anytime, and I can type without looking at the keys, as any one with typing skills will be able to tell you, there is simply no replacement for the keypress feedback.