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Review: Sprint Mogul
23 October 2007
Excerpt: The successor to last year’s wildly popular PPC-6700 sports a similarly splendid slide-out keyboard, three flavors of wireless (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and EV-DO), a 2-megapixel camera, and the Windows Mobile 6 touchscreen version. But like most WinMo phones, the Mogul feels a bit sluggish.
Pros: Mobile Office apps let you create and edit docs. Phone doubles as wireless modem. 512-MB microSD card included in box.
Cons: Frequently turns itself on for no apparent reason. Scattered controls result in accidental presses (especially when using camera). Speaker phone sounds crummy on other end. Camera snaps look fuzzy.
Conclusion: A very strong offering from Sprint, and a worthy, if not overdue, successor to the PPC-6700. The Mogul is manageable in size, powerful in terms of processing performance and storage memory and it has fast EVDO (with a promised upgrade to the faster Rev. A) for pleasingly fast data performance.