Excerpt: When we upgraded last year (almost 1yr ago exactly) I didn't really want an iPhone because I'd never used Apple products. I still wanted a phone that could do multiple things and had a much larger screen than the iPhone offered. I played around with the Revolution in store for a good while, unsure if I would like it since it would be my first completely touch screen phone. I went ahead an purchased the phone. In the beginning, I loved the phone.
Cons: Battery dies quickly. Unneeded apps and bloatware I can't remove. With the silicone cover (soft), I can't use a holster to carry the phone. I have found the cover to definitely be a help as the phone goes skittering across the floor!
Excerpt: I chose the LG Revolution as my first smart phone, and was really excited with this phone at first. I loved the look, and I loved the picture quality. It did not even matter that I sounded like I was in a tunnel with everyone I talked to on this phone because I loved all I could do with it. After a while, this phone stopped doing some very important things. It stopped letting me upload pictures to Facebook, which sucked, but was not that big of a deal.
"It will do for now, but lot's of room for improvement.."
25 August 2011
Pros: Screen is huge and picture quality is great, camera is the best I've ever had in a phone (I've used it instead of my regular digital camera, and the front-facing camera is cool, though I haven't needed it). Ability to organize the apps by category is real
Cons: Touchscreen responsiveness can be a little tricky sometimes, all the stupid Verizon apps can't be uninstalled. Whoever heard of an Android phone with Bing as the default search engine? The phone randomly reboots out of nowhere, sometimes when I've been in