Summary: "I can't believe this has a lower editor review than the iphone! It's lighter, smaller, has excellent integration with google services and most importantly has a proper open app store which isn't policed by Apple!"
Summary: "When I first got my Magic I thought I had made a big mistake as was losing 40% of the battery overnight with no use. After downloading Power Manager and Toggle Settings I have turned off GPRS and wireless when not needed and the battery easily lasts two days.
Summary: "Love the phone very easy to use, smooth touch interface that is alot eaiser to nagvigate compared to Samsung and LG. Excellent alternative to the iPhone the lack of camera flash audio jack not an issue for me. "
Summary: "Wow this phone is great. I had the iPhone and while android WAS catching up I think it has now surpassed it. There are things that i never even realized that bugged me about the iphone that i noticed after getting this. Just the fact that i am not supporting apple makes me love this even more.
Summary: Really this is a great phone. My first smart phone and I'm happy. Android really makes the phone come alive. Way better than an ipho*e in my opinion. Plus is open source!
Pros: The phone doesn't make the phone, android makes the phone and version 1.6 was just released which brings text to speech capabilities and other things. But it already has voice search functions, and a lot of apps use the mic in this way. The 3.2MP camera is decent outdoors in great sunlight of cou...
Cons: No flash photo. For me the battery life isn't so great, but I'm constantly on this thing using email and all. Haven't been able to send multiple pictures with mms messages or through email yet. That's all I can think of right now.
Excerpt: I sell these all the time at my work instead of iPhone 3GS's, which we never have in stock. Plus the 3GS is a ripoff waste of money. You can get this phone from Rogers for $29.99... or you can get a 16GB 3GS for $199.99... the choice seems pretty obvious to me.
Pros: -GPS, -Sleek, -Good looking, -Open source application market, -Lightning fast hardware, -Google OS (integration), -Good accelerometer, -Micro SD memory slot, -HTML browser, -Youtube app. built-in, -7.5 hours talk time (!), -Price vs iPhone
Cons: -No multitouch, -Screen can be a bit cramped when typing
Excerpt: Alright, I have pretty much used all UI's from the iphone 3G, Blackberry Bold, and numerous windows mobile phones. This was my first crack at an Android device and was pretty skeptical of using a touch screen device after I already had a go around with the iphone 3G, which I believe is the best...
Pros: - UI, -Design, -App Market, -Battery Life
Cons: -NO mult-touch, -lack of flash on camera, -3.5 mm jack (wth!), -connectivity to itunes, -tethering