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

Jun 25, 2012, 7:19 PM
for the Samsung Galaxy Note:
Samsung's Innovative and Impressive Tablet/Smartphone
Samsung solved my choice: whether to spend money for my first iPad/tablet, or to just upgrade my old Windows (HTC Fuze) smartphone. My Samsung Galaxy Note, SGH i717 has been the innovative and impressive answer. While visiting my carrier's (AT&T) store, it was Samsung Galaxy Note's impressively large screen display that drew my attention. They demonstrated the Samsung S-Pen, which transformed this device into an electronic notepad. The phone's signal and voice quality, including the speaker ...

Jul 9, 2009, 7:16 PM
for the HTC Fuze / Touch Pro (GSM):
The Fuze: An Impressive Smartphone!
The HTC Fuze P4600 is my first smartphone, having upgraded from a very good 3G phone, the Samsung SGH A707. I am very impressed with all the many features that this phone comes with. Before selecting this phone, I compared it with the iPhone and the Blackberry Bold at AT&T, in the New York Metropolitan area (I live in NJ). For me, I picked this smartphone more for its data and pc-like features over voice. In so ...

Mar 14, 2007, 6:46 PM
for the Samsung SYNC SGH-A707:
Great In Like-Phone Comparisons
During the 30 days following my purchase of the Samsung SYNCH SGH-A707 phone, I continued to compare it to Cingular Wireless's (new AT&T) 2 other like clamshell 3G phones: LG CU500 and Motorola MOTORAZR v3xx. Overall, salesmen, phone customers that I met and myself really preferred the Samsung phone best. Important for me to note here is that I've already accidentally dropped this phone to hard pavement 4 times, no less, and the phone was not damaged ...

Aug 8, 2005, 7:31 PM
for the Sony Ericsson Z500:
Excellent Buy For The Money
I've had the SE Z500a phone on a 30 day trial from Cingular. No problems what so ever! With mail-in rebate, the up-front cost of the phone was $29. For a feature-packed phone (refer to all the features listed in the reviews), this is a real bargain! The main thing is that my cell phone functions very well as a phone. Unless one really needs Bluetooth, this is the only major feature that this phone is ...

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