Reviews and Problems with HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000
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Designed for business use. Great features
22 June 2013
Summary: I like the phone features. it's truly a smart phone design for business use only. If you are a fan of Blackberry this is the phone for you. Android or Apple user will not like to use this phone; in addition the battery life is very low.
Summary: I have used this model of phone since it was first released on the market. It communicates and syncs very well with my computers both running Win XP & Win 7 Active Sync app. This is the last "smart phone" that Verizon will offer a pay as you go data plan. This is important to me as I don't want to pay the outrageous prices for internet capability when I don't need or use it. It works great as a PDA / Phone and great for texting.
Summary: I suggest if you have Sprint, to not buy the phone. We tried to activate the phone and Sprint stated that this phone is no longer in their system and that it is virtually useless because it is too old.
Summary: I bought this phone for my daughter who needed a new smartphone. I was very impressed. My daughter was excited about the various features the phone offers, including coming with it's own stylus.
Excerpt: One, the music/speakerphone quality is horrible, probably because fitting a well-designed speaker into such a small space is extremely hard. The second is that certain parts of the phone (back battery cover and front wheel) are designed much more poorly than the other parts. I found that these problems didn’t detract from the phone at all, though, and I’d highly recommend it to anyone looking for a new smartphone with wifi capability built in.
Excerpt: I use the device ever day to keep up with work and send files to clients while I am on the road and I have found this device to work without any flaws. It is more responsive then the Iphone, includes a QWERTY keyboard, the screen is made better and it has Wi-fi, EVDO, Bluetooth, a speaker phone and a 2.0 Mp camera in addition to the new Sprint music player and all at just $400.00.
Excerpt: I spend a few minutes restarting the phone for no apparent reason each day. So what do I think of this phone? It’s a great phone with all the capabilities you could ever imagine, but they’ve really got to step it up and release a new firmware upgrade that solves some of these memory issues. If you’ve got the money, I would definitely recommend this phone. Seriously consider getting it instead of an iPhone.