Review: Sidekick LX
Nov 6, 2007, 11:54 PM by Eric Lin
With a gigantic new screen, the LX is finally the Sidekick's chance to shine. But can it hold a candle to all the other hot new handsets? With Video Tour.
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too little. . .too late
If the lx would have been released with a 3.2mp af camera, stereo bluetooth, and video record/playback it would have been one killer device.
But still a 1.3mp, no video playback, and no stereo bluetooth? Come on danger...
Just a Heads up
When you want to call a contact all you have to do is double click the send butoon. =O OMG Say it aint soooooooo!!!!!!
Yes it's true, try it for yourself if u think it's not true. lol
I would have never guessed that in a million years. That's just about the most unintuitive, un-discoverable shortcut I've ever heard of on a phone.
You shouldn't have to be psychic to figure out how to call someone ea...