Excerpt: I would definitely recommend this phone if you are looking for a Windows Mobile Device with a full qwerty keyboard, wireless internet, speaker phone, a 1. 3 mega pixel camera, and many more. If you however do not care about Windows Mobile I would probably recommend the Blackberry Curve instead for an extra $50.
akward shape for talking but easy software and easy to type
9 September 2012
Excerpt: i just got it so i dont know how long it lasts in the long run but i like that it has all the letters so it makes typing easier for text messages and for putting in appointments ( thats what i like abt it best that i can use it as a palm pilot) it has a good speaker (i dont hear well so this is a big deal for me) and its slim so u can fit it into ur pocket but make sure u lock the keyboard!
Excerpt: T Mobile Dash is a good phone as is, but gets better with all that applications you can load. Not impressed with the media player, couldn't get ANY files to play. So installed TCPMP and that problem is solved. Great playback and sound. There are a few games installed one being extremly addictive - Bubble Breaker. But you always need variety so I suggest PocketNesterPlus, very good Nintendo emulator.
Excerpt: This T-Mobile, Dash product is very stylish, Colorful. Holds good amazing features in it. But due to it widht and height, its buttons are little small. And because of this we tend to make mistakes while typing a phone number using the key pad. Lot of games in it for time pass. Calculators are attatched and are very easy to access. All together its a good mobile to keep with.
Excerpt: The T-Mobile dash has been very good to me. The only complaint I have is that it will randomly turn off, but it is a mini computer. You can do anything on this phone! I do not reccomend it to people that are not tech savy because it does take time an effort to learn all of the applications.
Excerpt: Works very well, smooth integration of all features, including the multiple wireless connections. I am on my second one as the first one suddenly lost sound quality. T-mobile replced it with no hassles. The upgraded volume control (Windows Mobile 6) is much better than the original. The only problems are - I wish it was just a ittle faster and I can't figure out how to do individual ringtones, if that's possible. Best, smartest smartphone I have ever owned.
Excerpt: as a smartphone, this is a very good one. it has a nice form factor- not too clunky. the screen is nice, but would be better if it were a touch screen as well. the keyboard is very nice. at first, the buttons seem a little small, but it doesn't take that long to get used to. wifi is a nice feature.windows mobile sucks. it is buggy, and crashes all the time.overall, a great phone.
Awesome tool, good buy, feels great in hand, slim and light.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I like the slim phone and the rubbery texture feels great. I use it to check and answer emails, surf the Web, perform searches, track traffic and weather. I also subscribe to sports scores and stock alerts. Buttons are of the right size and raised enough to make typing emails a breeze. Camera quality better than my previous phone. Can record notes as reminders to self.
This is a nice smart phone with a few minor problems.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The T-Mobile dash is a great smart phone. The full keyboard is a great feature and facilitates text messaging. I really enjoy getting my work and home e-mail on the smart phone. However, the internet is very slow and almost useless. In addition, the T-Mobile dash "crashes" from time to time without warning. Overall, I would recommend the phone if you can live with the minor problems you may experience.
Excerpt: I have had the T-Mobile Dash for over 2 years and it has worked great for me. I have all my emails forwarded to it. I also use it as an mp3 player. The keyboard makes it easy to type messages etc.