Excerpt: This is a pretty decent phone. The keyboard is nice to have. Could have been better without the small round pop up type pads but, hey, it's better than an on-screen keyboard to me. Slider and landscape feature are nice. Pretty easy to navigate and I appreciate the revision A they upgraded it to. Email and messaging are easy to use. IE is nice to have. Just a nice little phone that works well as both a phone and a pda and a internet source on the go. Not many...
Excerpt: I previously owned the MotoQ, which I loved, but accidently drowned. Did you know cell phones don't swim?? Who knew! Anyway, this phone was a "free" upgrade for me. I have had no problems with it. Love the querty keyboard (was used to it) and I especially like the fact that this phone (with the sliding keyboard) is more compact than the MotoQ. Reception is great, looks great, sounds great! Yeah, a touch screen would be nice, but you can't have it all.
Excerpt: I got this phone for 99.99, who can beat that? Everything works great. This is my first PDA cell phone, however I am a software devloper for PDA devices, so it was easy enough to understand. The reception I get is amazing, my previous phone, from the same carrier, would not get a signal in the basement I work in, this phone I get enough signal that I can even surf the web! For 99.99 you can't beat this thing!
Excerpt: I have had them all. My company pays for my phones so I get to try them all out and return them at no cost to me. So, I have had or tried the Samsung i700, i730, Treo 700w and wx, Motorola Q, Q9m, XV6800 and now the SMT5800. I am a regional sales director for a major medical company and getting and replying to emails is paramount. For the size, battery life, signal quality and ease of use I LOVE the SMT 5800!!