These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by Brancieri:
So far, Great Phone! About time they are heading in the right direction again.
Had the phone for about a week. So far, it's great. Pros: Battery Screen Physical keyboard Fast processor Fits in pocket fine Sleek feel Cons: Have to side load Google play (SNAP), still not perfect. Does not copy to a clipboard. Only able to retrieve the last item copied. I miss having a full clipboard available. There may be a way to fix, but so far no luck. Camera is not as good as Galaxys. But, the camera is an incidental.
Had the phone for about a month now, love it. It is amazing. The battery is not perfect, but for basically getting the power of a laptop, in your pocket/palm, you have to keep it charged.
Very pleased with phone.
Had the phone for about a week and so far it is excellent. I'm coming from the BB Torch 9810. I have a hard time adjusting from the physical keyboard to the screen virtual keyboard. But, I am getting used to it fast. The voice dictation for email and texting is excellent. It transcribes as you dictate. At first I thought it was a little big, but again, I'm coming from a small device. I like the screen size ...
Great device...Solid Blackberry
Pros: blinking indicator light for messages and or missed calls. Email is fast and secure. Keyboard is great as is touchscreen. Screen is brilliant. Battery life is awesome, with wifi and bt on. Cons: none.
Very happy with the phone, avid WM and PDA user.
I returnded the HTC Pro in exchange for the Omnia. I've had the Omnia for about two weeks and I'm very happy with it. It will take a little time to get used to the on-screen keyboard, but it's well worth it considering the size of the phone. I mean it's nice and thin because there is no slide out keyboard. My last phone was the I760. The Omnia is not perfect, but it's the best Windows Mobile device ...
Best phone to date! Hands down.
I've had the phone for a little over two weeks now and I love it. My old phone was the Treo 700wx. The only thing better about the Treo is that it is truly a Palm device. The i760 has button on the side that take a little getting used to. But, it is well worth it. The phone is as close to a pocket computer as you can get. Third party software works great. Pros: Everything about it... Cons: ...