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

Sep 11, 2014, 8:16 AM
for the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active:
Best Smartphone to Date!
While I was reasonably happy with my HTC One X, but I wanted a phone with easy battery access, so I would not be having to hunt for a wall outlet at airports to charge my phone. The Samsung Galaxy X5 Active fills the bill. The RF section is about as good as my previous smartphone under AT&T in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area. The phone comes already loaded with a very good flashlight app as part of the "Activity ...

Aug 15, 2012, 1:22 AM
for the HTC One X:
Finally a Smart Phone I Like!
I finally had to get a smart phone in order to use a credit card processing system. I wanted the Android platform because it is more open, and the HTC One X has been highly rated. I've had this only a week but have given it a lot of testing and I am quite satisfied. While the RF section is still not as good as my trusty Nokia 6030, it is better than any ...

Jul 21, 2011, 1:36 PM
for the HTC Inspire 4G:
Close, but no Cigar.
PROS: capacitive touch screen is easy to use, but on my sample, recalibration was necessary. As shipped, one had to touch to the right of the virtual key that was desired. Lots of free applications are out there, and most of the paid applications are under $5.00. I settled on TimeClock Free, RealCalc Scientific Calculator (free), Note Everything Pro (paid) and Mileage Tracker (paid) to replace the functionality of my old PDA. Phone can hook to the Internet via AT&T's ...

Feb 6, 2010, 9:49 AM
for the Nokia 6030:
A Good Basic Phone
I bought this phone for $25.00 used to replace my aging Nokia 6010. The reason I chose this phone besides the price is that it has a speaker phone. Although it has a built in FM radio, I have not tested this feature because it requires a stereo headset to work (my mono headset from my other phone would not work). Pros: Good RF section, very few drop outs. Speakerphone. No learning curve for ...

Aug 18, 2007, 1:42 AM
for the Palm Treo 650 (GSM):
Smart phone with fatal flaw (for me)
I have been looking for a GSM smart phone with the Palm OS so that I could transfer my programs and data files from my separate Palm m125 PDA and have one less item to carry around. At first glance, the Palm Treo 650 seemed great as it is smaller than the m125 and has a phone to boot! Pros: Palm OS. The phone reception seemed as good as my Nokia 6010, callers did not hear any difference ...

Mar 23, 2005, 8:01 AM
for the Nokia 6340i:
A Nice Tri Mode Phone
Pros: I bought this phone used because I like the keyboard. Unlike the newer phones, each button is distinct and individual, no problem with hitting two buttons at once. Good, sensitive receiver. Rugged, one piece construction. Good basic set of ring tones. Works with the FlipJack remote broacast unit (with optional PopPort adapter). Cons: Power switch is hard to operate. GAIT (TDMA and AMPS) no longer supported by Cingular. Phone itself is discontinued, but there seems to be plenty of used phones available for parts ...

Mar 8, 2005, 10:11 AM
for the Nokia 6010:
A "just OK" GSM Phone
I got this phone shortly after the AT&T/Cingular merger. My trusty 6360 would not do GSM and I got the 6010 free with the two year contract with Cingular. Pros: The AT&T/Cingular merger was a good thing for the Wilkes Barre/Scranton market. The dead spot on Route 11 between Naticoke and Berwick is GONE! Overall, the receiver seems a bit more sensitive than the old phone, and thanks to GSM technology, people no longer sound like Darth Vader ...

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