Summary: I bought the phone as a replacement for my myTouch 3G that I had managed to drown in the sink. I like the myTouch for several reasons. It is very easy to use: The menu makes sense (at least to me) and the few hardware buttons and a very well balanced scroll button (not the Blackberry roller button nightmare) feel solid and give you great control over the phone. It also has the best connection of any phone I have had so far. I literally dropped 3 calls in a year.
Summary: The original 1.6 Android version equiped unit is good - the upgraded 2.2 unit is even better. It's a great starter Android phone. If you plan to use it a lot as an MP3 player get the newer 3.5mm jack equiped unit. The original could use a larger microSd card - the 3.5mm jack unit comes with an 8GB card - that is enough. The size is slightly smaller than an iPhone but that size makes it really good when stuffing into small pockets or other places.
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: This a review for T-Mobile's myTouch 3G Slide by HTC. It is a nice middle of the line Android phone. You cannot compare the screen estate or raw crunching power to the top of the line Androids, but neither are you paying the premium price with this. Nice things about it are that T-Mobile has promised to update it to the latest 2.2 version this year, although the 2.1 isn't bad either. And the HTC's Sense UI is actually very responsive.
Summary: This phone is pretty good. I came from a blackberry and I was very concerned about the lack of keyboard on this phone. I don't really miss it. The on screen keyboard does a very good job at knowing what letter you were aiming for. Also, the web browser is way nicer than the browser that was on my blackberry and is also way faster. I also own a IPAQ 4700, which runs windows 6.1. the mytouch runs circles around that for everything I've tested.
Summary: Visually, the phone is very pleasing. The white makes for a clean, fresh look that you don't get with the black and grey phones. It's a combination of touch screen, a few keys to press and a rolling ball. So I suppose it combines the perks of a regular key pad phone, a touch phone and a blackberry with the ball. The phone does not have an internal memory for pictures etc so you can not take pictures or upload music on it until you insert an SD card.
Compact, lots of apps, powerful, good battery life
16 July 2010
Summary: I changed from a Palm Centro to this phone and I really like it. I've been a Palm OS user for many years and although I miss some of the Palm Apps, the availability of WiFi and the larger screen size are clear improvements in this phone. The phone also works very well as a phone (good sound, signal, and feature set). The only real negatives are the lack of a real keyboard and the voice dialing stinks.
Summary: The quality of this new model seems to be improved compared to the previous model. The touch screen became more sensitive and accurate, there is even some kind of multi zoom, just for fun of course. wifi is fast and really finds the spots. the G sensor is much accurate then in previous model. the phone is equipped with 2 cameras, which are still far-far away from being good, but the resolution improved.
Summary: Pros: This is the 1.2 version (can be identified with the 3.5mm headphone jack on top). The size, weight, feel is perfect for my medium-sized hand. Phone quality is great. Tethering is a breeze (using PDANet) and T-Mo's 3G network gives a decent browsing speed (watching videos might require more patience, but it's not horrible). Swype is included! Swype is the best virtual keyboard typing tool out there; it makes typing less of an effort with some exceptions (see below).
Summary: I was looking for a new phone supporting AWS (UMTS Band IV, 1700Mhz) for Wind Mobile Canada. As I already have experienced some Android phones and found this platform superior (despite being loyal user and fan of Windows Mobile for 5+ years) I chosen MyTouch 3G. Actually it is operator's version of HTC Magic. It is definitely good phone, solid and reliable.