"Excellent OS and camera, but terrible customer service"
7 October 2010
Pros: This was my first smart phone, and I was very impressed by the ease of use, and the display of the phone. The camera is fantastic, and the integration with google apps makes everything seamless. I was impressed by the touchscreen keyboard.
Cons: Within months, my touchscreen began to fail, and my husband's power button failed. On both occasions, we experienced terrible customer service. Repair takes weeks. When you pay over $500 for a phone, you should expect to get the best.
Pros: Amazing screen 1ghz snapdragon processor android 2.1 google navigation screen customization and widgets
Cons: 3g for att wasnt good on this phone wouldnt handoff to edge properly just sit in 3g with zero bars calls still garbled some lower soft keys dont work well screen can be misaligned at time earpiece volume too low speakerphone volume is tinny and low
Pros: Text-to-speech, GTalk and Google voice Connectivity.
Cons: 1.) Email client - you can't forward the email with attachment. you can not search the mails in your mailbox, you can not see the custom folders of yahoo or hotmail. 2.) 3G Speed - it only works on t-mobile 3G and not compatible with at&t 3g.
Pros: Has all of the benefits of an android phone, nice design, faster processor than eris.
Cons: Still no bluetooth activated voice dialing (come on - too many states are hands free. How could you ignore a basic phone feature.) Also, additional memory card does not make up for the fact that apps can only be stored on the internal memory.
"Without sync to Outlook Calendar, we have a nonstarter."
7 January 2010
Pros: Great screen! OLED is beautiful.
Cons: No support for synchronizing with MS Outlook Calendar and Note. When will these cell phone manufacturers get it through their heads that there are those of us who want a real all-in-one device that can perform for work and play.