Excerpt: The 2007 released phone named, The Shadow, by HTC is a great combination of your everyday cell phone use and your computer needds. The Shadow offers a 2.o mega pixel camera ready to take wonderful pictures and exciting videos of family and friends or even your occasional zoo animal. Overall i would say this phone is a high tech peice of equitment that even the anti-techs could use. Reviewer is an employee or otherwise affiliated with the brand.
Excerpt: The t-mobile shadow is a good phone. It has lots of features. I really enjoy playing the game bubble breaker. I play it every day. The phone slides up to use the buttons and for the keypad for texting. I don't text anymore. I got rid of it due to I don't text anyone and I was having to pay extra for it. I really did enjoy how the keyboard was for texting when I was texting. The letters are not like a normal keypad with ABC being on the 1 button.
Excerpt: The T-Mobile Shadow and Me (have had it for a year)...First a little background on who I am and what I use the Shadow for. I am a Paraeducator for a local school district, Co-President of the Tumwater Association of Paraprofessionals, member of the Olympia Moose Lodge, Spark People user and all around busy person. I am a music lover and I hike or walk a lot. Enjoy showing everyone what I see while I am out and about. I also enjoy taking pictures of my service dog...
Summary: I was in the market for an unlocked Android phone, preferably one backed by a solid community. That meant HTC or Samsung. I decided to get a Desire, and I'm not looking back. Coming from a Blackberry Curve, this was a huge upgrade. The browser's great: I tried every website that I can think of and it renders correctly.
Summary: HTC always makes a good phone. This one is great so far but the battery seems to run down quick. I'm still trying to figure out all the things it can do at this point. It is a nice slim phone with a large screen which is great for those of us who have a hard time seeing close up. :) The internet seems quite fast, faster than other smart phones I've had. Overall I like the phone but I need to get use to how to use it.
Summary: This phone rocks! My fiance decided that I needed a cell phone with a navigation system, so he bought one. Unfortunately, it was a Palm Pixi that was part of the plan he already had; it was painful to look at and the keyboard was cramped. This HTC EVO was my choice and it was a wise one. The screen is large enough to read messages and the internet without a problem. The screen is crisp and the phone seems to have all that I need to conduct business on the go.
Summary: I believe Microsoft WindowsPhone OS will be the top dog in near future. Because Microsoft is "all in" in cloud computing. Outlook, Office mobile 2010 and sharepoint server integration, web flash support are the deal maker of this kind of phone. As for HTD HD7 it has nice large 4.3" screen, very useful for surfing the web and viewing documents. Bad things are: very short battery life and LCD is not bright as Samsung.