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

Dec 12, 2015, 9:35 AM
for the Samsung Galaxy Note5 (GSM):
Fantastic device, albeit pricey.
Samsung continues to improve the Note series with every new version. The Galaxy Note 5 is no different: it boasts a beautiful screen, powerful innards—including an extra gigabyte of RAM—and suite of helpful productivity apps to accompany its super precise stylus, the S Pen. If you haven’t considered a mega-sized Android phone until now, the Galaxy Note 5 is the best place to start. It’s so good at everything it does, it outshines the rest of the Galaxy family ...

Dec 30, 2010, 12:30 AM
for the HTC G2:
Love it
Best phone I have ever owned.

Dec 20, 2007, 5:40 AM
for the HTC Wing / P4350 (Herald):
Could have been better, but still nice...
I have been using my T-Mobile Wing for a couple months now, and I am very pleased with it. Yes, there are problems (slow connectivity being the main one), but that has to do with T-Mobile's service, not the phone itself. Once you get rid of all the myFaves crap from the homescreen, it works much better, and I see no need to run several programmes at once. Paired up with a Bluetooth headset, I rarely have to touch ...

Aug 23, 2007, 8:16 AM
for the Samsung SGH-A717:
Quick Take.
To start off I am using this phone with a T-Mobile SIM, so I cannot comment on the 3G aspects. Design - I really like the design and size. I have large hands so it fits nicely. The shape and smooth body feels good in the hand, and has a nice discreet look. Build quality seems very good as well. Camera - The camera is very nice and I don't miss the LED flash. I also have a D900 which has ...

Jan 3, 2007, 12:51 PM
for the Samsung SGH-D900 / Black Carbon:
Pure joy!
Where to start? This is by far the most fun phone I have own. An absolute gem. I ordered the limited edition wine colour and it is stunning! The fit and finish of the phone is second to none. It feels so great in the hand. It slides with a smooth ease that is only rivaled by it's Samsung T629 cousin. Pros: Solid reception Camera/Pic quality Ease of music player Style QVGA screen Fit and Finish quality Ringtones sound great Earpiece clarity Strong vibrate mode Built in photo editor A2DP Stereo ...

Nov 7, 2006, 4:01 AM
for the Samsung SGH-T629:
Love it.
The phone is excellent. It is light, easy to carry around and easy to use. It has very good battery life and charges surprisingly quick. The camera is very clear and very customizable with a huge array of sizes and adjustments. It has voice recognition capabilities and plays 3gp videos and mp3 songs. The phone also has a large and very visible display with a respectable viewing angle. Buttons and letters are clear and easy to see. A few ...

Apr 15, 2006, 1:32 PM
for the Sony Ericsson S710a:
My first SE and I LOVE it!
This phone simply amazes me. The size is perfect for me and so easy to hold. The RAZR hurt my hand after awhile. As a phone it is loud and clear. The signal is strong. The speakerphone is great and people cannot even tell when I'm using it. As far as style goes, it's impressive. Everyone who has seen it either says "WOW! What a great phone!" or "That's too much for me, all I need is a phone ...

Jan 3, 2006, 3:19 PM
for the Motorola RAZR V3:
Fun fun fun
First off, I'm not basing my score on whether or not I dropped the phone & broke it, how I feel about either Cingular or Motorola or whether or not I think it should have features it doesn't. It's just a matter of "Does this phone do what they say it can do?" It does...and I LOVE IT! This phone is a marvel! Sleek and sexy design with a beautifully vivid, crisp display and shiny keypad to top it off. ...

Jul 5, 2005, 10:52 AM
for the Motorola V635:
First Take - Moto v635
Okay lets see here. Pros: * UI - Not having owned a Motorola in many years, I thought it might be confusing. Not at all. *ITap - So intuitive. Again, never used, but caught on right away. T9 what? *Build Quality - Superb. Metal casing and solid feel overall. * Customizations - Is there anything that you cannot customize on this phone? Way cool. *Ringers/Tones - Loud, crisp, clear. MP3 tones sound great. * Media Player - Built in player works better than Java based ...

Oct 14, 2004, 6:35 PM
for the Sharp TM-150:
First take
Pros: Screen - Most likely the best screen on any current US mobile phone. The CGS QVGA gives it a slight edge over the other QVGA phones. The Toshiba VM4050 (Sprint) and Audiovox 9950 (Verizon). Camera - The camera is pretty **** good for a cell phone. The CCD lense makes all the difference. I'll post pics from it later. Reception - Excellent in my area. 3-4 bars anywhere in my house. Call quality - I think most phones sound pretty good and ...

May 26, 2004, 2:51 PM
for the Samsung SPH-A680 / VM-A680:
Awesome!
1 - 10. 10 being the best. Design: 10 The phone is drop dead sex. The buttons are laid out well, and have a nice feel to them. Much better than the current Sanyo with the flush keys. the mirror external screen is cool, but rather useless. Fits very well into the 5th pocket on my jeans. Reception: 9 I live in an area with saturated coverage so reception is fine. When I leave the city and go into ...

Jan 12, 2004, 11:55 PM
for the Samsung SPH-A600:
Great, fun, stylish, phone.
Having owned Samsung phones in the past I had no problem buying this phone. Dispite the claims that some Sanyo users make about reception. I have had no dropped calls with this phone and I did have some with my previous phone (Sanyo 8100). This phone feels very solid to me, and the swivel screen doesn't appear as if it is just going to snap off in you hand. The screen is bright and crisp. Easy to read and ...

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