Excerpt: Nowadays we are spoiled for choice when it comes to smartphones. When deciding on the purchase of electronics, I consider several things such as my needs, the price and the specifications. My needs are pretty basic, that is, any phone that can call and text should do it. However, …
Summary: Shot honest review 1) Its slow 2) camera sucks 3) its not comfortable on the ear when taking a phone call 4) OUNCE AGAIN ITS SLOW !!! this is by far the worst phone i'v had... don't buy this phone you will be throwing it across you'r room...
Excerpt: Look, it's not a BAD phone if your not using it for anything except for a couple apps and phone calls. Other than that it sucks crap... The one of the best things about it is that it is damn near impossible to break.
Pros: Almost impossible to break, Great screen, Great for phone calls, Curved bottom (where the microphone is located) for better sound quality for the reciver
Cons: Bad social networking, Typical Android keyboard, Totally lags out if there is too much stuff
Excerpt: Need to restart this phone on average ever 2 days, It will only support the bare minimum of apps cause of the small amount of system memory, if I wasn't locked into a 2 year plan I would have brought it back within a few weeks of getting it. I'll never buy anything from HTC again.
Pros: Durable, Good Internet Connection, so far as the worst network in australia will allow.
Cons: To few memory, Slow response, Slow keyboard imput, Needs to be reset often.
Summary: Received HTC Legend rapidly and in new working condition. This 'phone has some serious and crippling issues that cannot be resolved. Firtly, the signal strength for GSM telephone connection is extremely variable, but invariably weak.
Summary: I really love this phone. I know it's not the NEWEST phone on the market, but over all I prefer this over any of the new phones that recently came out :) All around, once I figure everything out- this phone is perfect! Why did I purchase this?
Summary: I have had this for more than a year now. Excellent screen, not too big and fits in my hand and my pockets well. Battery life is reasonable but not as good as Nokia phones, but this one is a smart phone so it will drain battery. Processor is not the most powerful but sufficient for my use.
Excerpt: Overall this phone is better than I expected. I bought it for the price and durability, but I ended up getting a very capable android phone. The htc sense interface is very nice to look at and play around with, although experiences a little bit of stutter at times.
Pros: extremely durable body and screen, looks sleek, screen is very nice and visible in sunlight, price - $250 from Virgin Mobile, predictive text makes smaller screen keyboard very speedy, battery life is decent- be very lucky to get through 2 days, nice camera
Cons: reception not bad but not as good as my old "dumbphone", could a tiny bit faster but good enough for daily use, gps takes a while to connect, but never used on on any other phone before, could feel heavier for me
Summary: I bought this phone to replace a Google-sold Nexus One because I wasn't eligible for a discounted new phone from T-Mobile. My SIM card was already unlocked, and I expected to be able to put it in and go, using my existing phone and data plan.