Excerpt: This phone is extremely good for users who like the QWERTY Keyboards and talk, the big problem with this phone is the memory Ram, if you need to use this phone for a price match a in a store you can have a hard time, I need it to restart twice and remove the battery to get the browser going, if you...
Excerpt: Battery life is terrible: about 10 hours before battery dies without using GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or making any active calls. Touchscreen has lots of sensitivity issues. Managing emails is a total mess. Does not hold calls well in low reception areas.
Pros: decent camera
Cons: Battery, Battery, Battery (yes it is that bad), Slow, Drops calls, Touchscreen has serious issues
Excerpt: I've had this phone for about 3 weeks and i gotta say........I'm impressed. the look, feel and performance of the admiral is overall great for that person that does almost everything with their phone but doesn't want the bulkiness of lets say the size of an EVO ( which i actually switched from).
Pros: keyboard, fit in hand very nicely, battery life
Excerpt: Finally A phone a phone that will make me forget how much I miss my Treo. A step up from the XPRT. Silky smooth. The portrait keyboard is ideal. The screen bright and the glass feels slick, your fingers glide.
Excerpt: This phone is fantastic. I've been waiting for a non-low-end QWERTY Android phone. I wanted this phone so bad I signed a two-year contract for it, and I am not sorry. Reception on Sprint's network is fantastic.
Pros: Amazing keyboard, Huge battery, *LOUD* earpiece and speaker, Call quality is amazing even w/ low signal, High resolution for screen size
Cons: So-so camera, Battery drain, Wifi is flaky, Apps missing from Android Market