Pros: Bright hi-def screen (Some of theTegra games look better than some of my 360/PS3 games!) I use wi-fi when at home and when I'm out and about I usually get a good 4G signal. GPS and Wi-Fi hotspot features have been a godsend. Camera takes good pics.
Cons: Some pics are hard to see cause the flash is so bright. Sometimes the phone will lag badly (Just remember to close windows your not using, it helps!) The fact that it will probably be obsolete two months after I bought it :(
Pros: Love the large screen display. Runs fast and the video is crystal clear. A huge improvement over my old G2 smartphone.
Cons: Camera quality isn't as good as it should be. Screen freezes at least once a week and I have to take the battery out and restart it. Shuts itself off on occasion, too. Media sound needs to be set higher. Battery life could be better, too.
"Great, IceCreamSandwich will make it outstanding"
11 November 2011
Pros: -Screen is almost perfect. 4.0", IPS technology -Beautiful design -Instead of black everywhere, the back is a dark brown. It makes the phone look sharp and expensive -Powerful Tegra 2 dual-core processor -8 Megapixel Camera capable of 1080p video recordin
Cons: -Random lags, freezes, reboots -Screen resolution isn't great (800x480, WVGA) -Camera -Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) doesn't optimize the dual-core processor, and this is noticeable at times -Though the metal is pretty, it scratches easily -Fair amount of car
"Not perfect, but you won't miss AT&T's best-seller."
3 September 2011
Pros: Overall superior hardware (see exceptions below); larger than most competitors without any awkward adjustment to the increased size; users can easily (and inexpensively) upgrade memory with aftermarket micro-SD cards; micro USB and micro-HDMI interfaces a
Cons: Insufficient RAM can impact speed and functionality, as previously opened apps must be closed manually or via a good, app-killing app. Pre-installed, auto-start bloatware apps are tough to delete, and has many owners rooting their units with 3rd-party ope
Pros: Powered by Android™, the T-Mobile G2x with Google™ delivers the ultimate entertainment experience through gaming, the Web, and mobile TV—and with a dual-core processor, it brings you all the speed and power of America's Large
Cons: Not technically 4G. Screen resolution could be higher. Some 1080p video-recording hiccups in our tests.