Excerpt: As long as you have juice in your battery, this cell does what it is supposed to do, but man is it a Battery hog....Needs recharging very often and heat issues are quite common....I would never recommend this to anyone else.....
Excerpt: I purchaced an Att HTC Fuze in Feburary. The first thing about this phone is that there is soo much to it. I loved the fact that I would be playing and learning new things about this phone all the time. The only thing I hate about this phone is that it never rings enough for me to answer it. by the time the caller receives their 5th ring and the call is going to voicemail my phone is actually receiving its first ring. but only rings 1/2 a ring. I miss all calls.
Excerpt: This phone has a world of features that made it ahead of its time, but it has far too little RAM for such a device, and it's extremely unstable. I had to pull the battery 1-3 times a day, and I'm not alone on this, numerous people I've known with WM6.5 phones often had to do battery pulls to stay functional. I tweaked this thing as much as I could, even flashing to WM6.5, but in the end I just couldn't stand it and switched to BlackBerry strictly for stability.
Pros: Qwerty keyboard, Relatively small size
Cons: unstable, slow, awful battery life, internet browser barely worked
Pros: Syncs with Google calendar/contacts well. Keyboard is good.
Cons: Just terrible at phone fundamentals terribly. Lots of small but annoying issues. For example: If I hit reply on a message too quickly after loading I get taken to contacts, these issues happen thousands of times and drive me crazy. 1.5 day battery!
Excerpt: Although I hate to judge an entire company based on the merits of a hapless device like the fuze, however....They're build quality and ergonomics are simply poor. Deathly slow response time, touchjoke UI needed tons of work, awkward phone design, and more.I used all kinds of cooked roms, ect with no avail. I just don't see what the love-affair is with HTC products.
Pros: Keyboard is amazing in my opinion, good battery life
Cons: no 3.5mm, awkward design, flimsy slideout qwerty, cheap plastics, very very slow and frustrating UI, processor, software, resistive screen, tiny screen, over-priced
"Many problems - very slow and the touch screen is dead"
3 November 2009
Pros: Has a lot of features and programs. The touch screen was a nice feature when it worked, but even then it had a lot of lag time and was unresponsive much of the time.
Cons: It took 7-9 minutes just to turn on. The battery lasts 3 hours without any talking or using any of the programs-only about 1 hour if you actually use it. The touch screen went completely dead and now much of the phone's features are useless.