it's not brand new. it's refurbishment. there no ...
jongsang han, Amazon
14 July 2014
Summary: it's not brand new. it's refurbishment. there no sign it is refurbishment.. so.. when it comes to me.. im so dissapointed.. anyway.. i have responsibility of half.. i had should checked this out. anyway thx for refund~!
Summary: Came in time for Xmas gift. Received before date that was said. Kinds beat up. Sd card cover missing. Came with wrong charger. Good thing order another one from another place. Will probably replace in a few weeks. Not as happy as I was with my other one I order from other place.
Summary: The phone is okay, it got here kinda fast, and its works like a charm but there is only one problem. The problem with the phone is the battery, it dies too quickly. And also the charger that came with my order didn't charge the phone, other than that the phone is fine.
Excerpt: CONS: The battery completely died about a year and a half after purchase. The phone's built in browser crashes quite frequently when surfing the web. Slow processing speed when moving between standard menu screens. Very sluggish.
Conclusion: The G1 is nice, I like the touch screen and qwerty keypad but I don't like the price or T-Mobile. I will have to stay with my Samsung R451 from Straight Talk because I love my phone, it's also got a qwerty slideout keypad along with web access, bluetooth, MP3 player and camera plus the usual stuff.
Excerpt: It's fantastic. However, unfortunately, I allowed myself to be persuaded by my homeboy of 14 years to switch to T-Mobile shortly after I finished college because doing so would supposedly "1) save me money, 2) give me more plan perks for the money, 3) give me access to a great network that never...
Pros: -innovative OS beats the socks off iPhone due to its level of openness and diversity of apps that have unprecedented access to all core features of the OS, -OTA updates on a regular basis that actually make a real difference, -any manufacturer can adopt and modify the UI making it available in th...
Cons: -G1 wasn't ready for release, -Android wasn't initially ready to be released when it debuted on G1, -T-Mobile is woefully behind the times in terms of their network expansion and technology
Good, as long as you don't need to use it to talk to anyone
Abby, Phone Arena
2 June 2009
Excerpt: Love the sync with my Google calendar and Gmail. Good texting. Nice Internet browsing. However, if you want to be able to speak with someone, you'll be disappointed. I can rarely complete a conversation in one call.
Pros: Calendar and Gmail sync, Good texting, Large screen, Recent software upgrade gave video capture ability (haven't used it yet) and the ability to save dialed or received numbers to contacts (why it wasn't created with that makes me wonder if the designers ever actually used a cell phone)
Cons: Huge and bad battery life, Lots of butt-dials, While on the phone, if you need to press keys, it takes a few keystrokes to get there, Terrible for phone calls
Excerpt: I really like this as a portable computer, however as a phone it is lacking. It has been said before, but.... WHY oh WHY didn't they put a headphone jack on this? I needed to charge the phone and my blue tooth was dead so I needed to use the wired headset.... oops. Cant do both. Why HTC Why.....
Excerpt: I have to say that after trying out this phone for 10 days or so, I really like the idea of it. But there are SO many missing components, it isn't funny! I will also share that I think kaiakaiak's review is a very accurate one.