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These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by tzsm98:

Nov 5, 2012, 12:09 PM
for the Nokia 808 PureView:
Amazing Camera; Decent Phone
I've been using the Pureview 808 for about six weeks. In that time I've taken over a 1300 exposures. Here is what I love and what I don't love. 1 - Incredible customization available. Everything from saturation to sharpness has a slider that does make a difference. 2 - Bracketing - Three or five images with four different ranges (-0.3/+0.3 to -2.0/+2.0) 3 - Two different aspect ratios. (4:3 and 16:9) What I like less 1 - Needs a lens shade. It produces perfectly ...

May 4, 2012, 7:49 PM
for the Nokia Surge 6790:
Feature Phone Blues
I'll start with the two worst things about this phone. One is a permanent pain and the other a one tme only nuisance. » The keys on the front of the phone are difficult to use, too slick and make the whole experience miserable. This is the permanent annoyance item. » There is no contacts transfer application on the device. Pushing contacts from your previous device via Bluetooth® results in a message per contact that has to be opened, saved, deleted. ...

Dec 22, 2010, 5:22 PM
for the Nokia N8-00:
Evolutionary; Not Revolutionary
For all things having to do with using a smartphone the N8 shines. Calls, calendar contacts, camera all work well. It is generally quite responsive. A few seconds here and there it hangs, it will spontaneously reboot, but rarely. Twice in two months it has rebooted. Three times in two months I've had to turn it off and turn it on again because it was acting sluggish. Battery life on the N8 is excellent. Several days of light use without visiting ...

Sep 26, 2010, 9:52 PM
for the Samsung Gravity 3:
Cut Those Corners!
The SGH-t479 (Gravity 3) for T-Mobile is a textbook case of cutting corners. 1- Almost empty box upon delivery. Phone, battery and charger - that's it. No wired hands-free, no USB-PC connectivity cable. 2- Navigation is a paid service. Long after Nokia has made free turn by turn navigation a fact of life in the mobile world T-Mobile and Samsung have teamed up to charge you $10.0 a month for it. 3- No separate headphone jack; no separate charger port; no ...

Aug 9, 2010, 8:40 PM
for the Nokia 2760:
Workable Entry Level Phone
This is an entry level phone. It does the basic phone tasks of calling, SMS and MMS. It handles those chores as well as any phone. In addition to the basics there are some up level appointments. Bluetooth - This has it, it has more than just the basic HFP and HSP. Bluetooth is fairly well implemented on this device. Camera - It's a VGA camera. Think 6103 and you'll know what I mean. It takes pictures adequate for MMS if you ...

Dec 31, 2009, 1:53 AM
for the Nokia N900:
Plenty of Potential
The Nokia N900 (Type RX-51) is a heavy device. At 181 grams, over six and a third ounces. So with a hefty price and weight penalty what do you get in the N900? You get potential for great hand-computer with a phone attached. Potential- The applications, the software that makes having a computer useful, are lacking. What do you use a computer for? Word Processing – A viewer is available but not an editor. Spreadsheet - Again, a viewer is ...

Sep 24, 2008, 11:10 PM
for the Samsung Katalyst SGH-T739:
UMA In Samsung Slider? What A Concept!
This one is one solid performer without any of the physical weaknesses that plagued the U600. Here's The Rundown: What I Liked About This Model 1- The slide mechanism is crisp but well damped. 2- The LCD lens is nicely inset which protects it from incidental bumps and hits. 3- The navigation and soft keys are clearly defined and easy to use. 4- The numeric keypad is well backlit in white and incredibly easy to read. 6- The screen is bright and clear. 7- Another fast User ...

Jul 30, 2008, 4:32 AM
for the Nokia 3390:
The Ultimate Backup Handset
This is the phone you want when the power goes out for a week. Approved in September of 2000 it is still an amazingly good phone. Like anything else you have to appraise it on its own terms. It is designed to make and receive phone calls on the 1900MHz band, go a long time between trips to the charger, send and receive text messages and something known as a picture message. Yes, only the 1900MHz band, eliminating ...

Jul 15, 2008, 12:14 AM
for the Nokia 6301 / 6300i:
Still A Bit Buggy But Feels Nice In The Hand
The look and feel of the 6301 is right. It's well balanced. There's a certain "just right" texture to the keys that tells you someone put a good deal of thought into how a key should feel. The physical aspects of this handset are there. The looks are there as well. The four buttons flanking the navigation keys are simply elegant and beautiful. Very understated, very functional and intuitive. When using the keys or looking at the bright and crisp screen ...

May 19, 2007, 8:20 PM
for the Nokia 6103 / 6102i:
Almost What I Needed
This was my first handset. Let me go over the strong points of this unit. 1- It is small and light. 2- It has excellent battery life. 3- The back-lit keys are easy to use even for my largish fingers. 4- Interior display is bright enough for all interiors. 5- Call quality is excellent (T-Mobile/Oklahoma City) ...

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