Reviews and Problems with HTC Mogul / XV6800 / PPC6800 / P4000
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Great phone to avoid a forced data plan.
2 May 2013
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.
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.
This is a great phone with a price you cannot beat.
4 February 2012
Summary: This phone is perfect for someone who runs a small business. The contact information you can input is very valuble when it comes to organizing client info and the touch screen is an added perk!! For someone who isn't technologically inclined it is somewhat hard to figure out at first but once you get the hang of it - you never want to put it down. This is an excellent product!!
Summary: Love the phone and the processing capability. I like the fact that it comes with a solid amount of internal memory that would slow down a lot of less powerful phones. So I get the stuff I want and still have some memory left over. Downloads are a snap. Setting up email accounts and receiving attachments are also a snap. With the hotspot capability, using the internet connection with other devices is a very useful capability (make sure it's rooted).
Summary: Best phone for Sprint hands down. I don't like the one with physical keyboard because I type in foreign language sometimes. I bought it in replacement of HTC Hero that I've lost. It has a huge screen(4.3") and plenty of speed & memory. This particular phone that I've bought on eBay came with plastic back and screen cover still on it. Perfect for GPS navigation and sharing internet as a hotspot.
Summary: With the HTC EVO™ 4G, you’ve got the power to do more than you ever thought possible with a phone. Wi-Fi® wherever you go. With instant Internet access for up to 5 computers, the EVO 4G opens up all kinds of possibilities. Now, the world is your coffee shop. True HD vision. The true HD camcorder captures the moment. And with the HDMI cable connected to your flatscreen, you can relive the moment, down to the last detail. Power-packed entertainment.