Conclusion: In the end, we wish that AT&T had picked up the Samsung Omnia or HTC Touch Diamond rather than the LG Incite. But The CT-810 does add variety to their lineup (the Diamond might have been redundant with the Fuze), and it is small and light. In fact, it looks more like a feature phone than a smartphone. The user interface, accelerometer and slightly numb screen just can't compete with the Fuze in the smartphone camp and the Samsung Eternity in the feature phone camp.
Pros: Very sharp screen with excellent colors and better than QVGA resolution. Love that proximity sensor. Very small and light. Good software bundle including NetFront, MS Voice Command, Sprite Backup and Picsel Viewer for PDFs. Can finger scroll anywhere in the OS. Has a standard 3.5mm stereo headphone jack and Bluetooth stereo A2DP.
Cons: Phone looks plasticky. Requires a stylus more often than HTC's TouchFLO 3D phones, yet there's no stylus silo so you've got to hang it from the included tiny lanyard. The UI isn't very polished in terms of successfully overlaying Windows Mobile or in being finger-friendly. Camera images so-so.