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Review: HTC G1

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G1 is the best HANDS DOWN

TMOFAN

Oct 21, 2008, 9:53 AM
I have had blackberrys, sidekicks, i've had the first iphone, and let me just say the G1 totally took a SQUAT and completed SH**TED on all these phones. Let me just clarify the reason I said this. Now if your a person looking to be able to open up microsoft documents, and more on the business side. Indeed, I would stick with a blackberry! If your a young person or a person who uses a cell phone more for entertainment, web browsing, and more then you would agree with me especially if you had a IPHONE or TMOBILE SIDEKICK LX!

Browser: Super Fast

Menu Style: Easy

Qwerty Keypad: is a must have when using a touch screen. Although I must say its very flat and will take some time to get used to.

Applications: Are free and you do not hav...
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lspears3

Oct 25, 2008, 10:49 PM
There is a note app already! I downloaded it today from the "Android Market." It's called Quicklist. It's pretty sweet! You can use your finger or type! Android is hype! But there are several shortcomings:

No Video Recording.
No A2DP.
No Camera Flash.
No Bluetooth API.
No Modem Tethering.
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No Standalone 3.5mm Headphone Jack.
No DRM Music Support.

It sounds like I'm bashing the G1, but I'm not. I really like the G1 a lot. This is coming from a guy who has used a XDA EXEC for the last 3 years! (That is the greatest phone is the world to me! Now the HTC Touch Pro is extremely close, and it has only two flaws: no 3.5mm jack, and yes, no "Android-type" market.)
Anyway, even though the list...
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lspears3

Oct 25, 2008, 10:51 PM
There is a note app already! I downloaded it today from the "Android Market." It's called Quicklist. It's pretty sweet! You can use your finger or type! Android is hype! But there are several shortcomings:

No Video Recording.
No A2DP.
No Camera Flash.
No Bluetooth API.
No Modem Tethering.
-------------------------------------
No Standalone 3.5mm Headphone Jack.
No DRM Music Support.

It sounds like I'm bashing the G1, but I'm not. I really like the G1 a lot. This is coming from a guy who has used a XDA EXEC for the last 3 years! (That is the greatest phone is the world to me! Now the HTC Touch Pro is extremely close, and it has only two flaws: no 3.5mm jack, and yes, no "Android-type" market.)
Anyway, even though the list about ...
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