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Replying to:  Best AT&T Smartphone?? by sender02   Aug 25, 2007, 9:12 PM

Re: Best AT&T Smartphone??

by flyutahguy1982    Oct 8, 2007, 2:02 PM

Ok well i work for AT&T and I have the curve. It is amazing! The internet speed is pretty slow (not 3G) I use the internet daily for work and pleasure and I really have gotten used to it. You can download ringers, music, and things of that nature through the Meia Net browser which is present on the phone. It does require a service plan to use like any phone.

The blackjack is a very basic entry level phone. But it is 3G. I would recommend it for a beginner but not for someone that has used a PDA before. The Windows platform seems to be a little sluggish and freezes too often for me.

The Treo 750 is very nice and has the touch screen that it has now come to be known for. 680 Treo has the Palm os where the 750 has Windows 5.0 which as far as I have noticed has some problems.

The 8100 Pearl is a very nice phone, just a step down from the Curve just because of the size, two letters per key, and not as good of a camera.

The 8300 Curve is the most capable phone I have used and has a reasonable price tag. It has a 2MP camera but no video. The music player is very nice and easy to use and I have yet to pay for a download. The whole purpose for a Micro SD slot is to make it easier to download music and pictures and even applications to the card via the Media cable (in box) or a media reader (available on most newer computers)

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