Excerpt: When I first purchased the phone I was looking for a replacement for my LG Chocolate. Which I like the way that the phone is set up with flip capabilities. The Intensity is compatible in the aspect that it's a slide phone. You have initially the option of two colors, red or neon blue. When you utilize the website for purchasing you can get a visual on the asthetic values of each color. Which as a woman, yes it matters. The set up on the phone was extremely easy.
Excerpt: My husband searched and searched for the best phone with a camera for me since I kept forgetting my camera everytime we went somewhere. We were missing the milestones of our son in pictures. By getting this phone I am able to always have both my phone and camera with me. It takes up less room then if I had both not in one). I love the camera function on this phone, but I AM a little upset that my husband has a better phone then me AGAIN.
Excerpt: I have had T-mobile for years and years now and wanted a touchscreen phone and this was one of the first ones to come out for T-mobile. I have had Samsung phones before and loved them, but I don't know if this one was worth the $500 pricetag that it had on it when it came out. I LOVE the camera on it with the 8.0 megapixels, but still a bit steep of a price. It is a great phone, works great, but my least favorite thing about it is texting.
Pros: Great camera, very good call quality, decent MP3 player
Cons: Small screen, slow browser, no up-loadable widgets. I have had this phone for 15 months, problems every time I use it in Chicago's downtown area, right now won't connect to internet, hoping T Mobile can figure out the problem.
Pros: Probably the best call quality that I've ever seen. The speaker phone is fantastic too. Streaming blue tooth was also quite good.
Cons: Despite it's 8MP camera, the picture quality is seriously lacking. The LED flash is weak and low-light photos come out less than great. The touch screen is a little quirky and the media player leaves much to be desired.
Summary: I am a busy mother of two young children, work full-time, take online classes, and do freelance graphic design. I upgraded to the Memoir as an alternative to carrying my phone, camera, and Palm handheld everywhere I go. Suprisingly, and despite other reviews, the camera is the best part about this phone. The color depth and clarity of pictures is comparable to my 12 MP Canon Powershot.
Pros: Excellent camera and videos bluetooth is excellent speaker phone is OK Greatest feature for us over 50's is the font size adjustment simply by depressing the rocker switch on right side.
Cons: Not a smartphone, seems to be an adaptation of Symbian OS. Phone should have Win Mobile 6 installed for the great cost. But all in all a excellent interface once all software is installed for syncing.