Summary: I have been using a touchscreen tmobile wing for the past two years, and it was a decent phone. my friend said I was taking a step backward going with the Dash 3g, but I disagree. I like the tactile feel of the buttons and I really like this phone. it's faster, more powerful and very intuitive for me to use. I highly recommend this phone to anyone that wants to simplify their smartphone experience!
Summary: I've had this phone now for about 3 months. I really like it compared to my old phone. I enjoy that the text messaging setup has an instant messaging feel. When you have a conversation with someone, you can easily scroll through the conversation. I also love the wifi. The phone has a lot of nice features, I wished however it had a radio since my last phone did. Some things I don't like about this phone is that it is slow at times and freezes up.
Summary: This is the 2nd "Dash" phone I've had. I usually choose it because it costs less than a Blackberry or Droid. In my opinion its not on the Droid's level but pretty close to the Blackberry Curve. It is a good 3G smart phone, screen is bright and clear and its wifi and video capability is very good. Screen is smaller than others (some) but very good quality and sharpness.
Summary: I like the windows based OS. Also I like the large screen and easy to type qwerty keyboard. The only thing that I wish is there were more apps for this phone and more accessories available to personalize it a little bit more.
Summary: I bought this phone because I needed a phone that would link to my auto blue tooth. The blue tooth feature on this phone is very nice and the reception is very clear. My only complaint is that there was no manual packed with it. The manual would have been most helpful when learning how to use the many features on this phone.