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May 14, 2013, 2:32 AM
for the Samsung Galaxy Note II (Verizon):
What I Don't Like
Everyone already knows the multiple pros to the Note2, battery life, s-pen, screen, call quality, signal strength, blah, blah, blah etc. It has so many pros it is truly much easier to list what I don't like about the phone. What I don't like: ================== 1. The calendar widget sucks. They should have used the calendar widget like the one on the S3 2. No transparent digital clock widget. 3. The ongoing Wi-Fi notification in the pull down shade. 4. Because of the size ...

Dec 30, 2011, 8:34 PM
for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (LTE):
I wanted so much to love this phone.
I wanted so much to love this phone. PROS: ======= 1. Picture and video quality is sharp and colors are warm and rich. 2. Phone is very fast and responsive with no lag navigating between screens and applications; pinch to zoom is fluid. 3. Screen size is awesome for viewing videos, movies, picture, etc. 4. Camera is fast with no lag. CONS: ======= 1. Can’t keep 4g signal and takes to long for data to reconnect when falling back to 3g. Only getting 1 or 2 bars but ...

Jul 28, 2010, 1:18 AM
for the Motorola Droid X:
Too Many PROs to Name
I purchased the Droid X the day it came out. I have been using it extensively trying to uncover any potential problems with this phone and I cannot find any. Aside from all the good things you have already heard about the device (too many to name), I give props to Motorola for not forgetting it is a phone first and foremost, as I can tell Motorola put of a lot of focus on call quality/clarity. Granted it is ...

May 3, 2010, 2:45 AM
for the HTC Droid Incredible:
Too Incredible
I am coming from a Blackberry Curve 8330 and wondering if I should go back. This phone is actually "too incredible" and now I am missing the simplicity of my Blackberry. For any cell phone aficionado the HTC Incredible is probably the ultimate device to date. PROs: ----- 1. The build is solid and sturdy - no cheap feeling creaking plastic. 2. The sharpest screen resolution I have ever seen. 3. The phone has NO lag at all. Opening applications is immediate. 4. ...

Feb 13, 2009, 4:57 AM
for the BlackBerry Storm 9530:
From Curve to Storm
This is my 4th Storm. 1st. Bad Volume rocker button 2nd. Bad voice quality, end users sounded electronic 3rd. Burned out pixel just off center of screen So I guess you are wondering why I got a 4th Storm. Well this phone is just awesome. The screen is like a mini HD plasma. The click screen is wonderful. I can surf the net with ease. Plus all of the usual goodies BB offers. You can customize almost everything on this phone. The only con ...

Mar 15, 2008, 2:55 AM
for the LG Voyager VX-10000:
LG enV VX-9900 to LG Voyager VX-10000
I previously had the LG enV VX-9900 which was the best phone I have owned. (see my review in the LG enV VX-9900 forum). The Voyager is everything the enV was plus more. The important thing to remember for a potential buyer is to make sure the phone has Firmware version 7 which among other things added the ability to calibrate touch response. PROs: ----- * Sturdy solid build and feel, no cheap feeling creaking plastic parts. * Sharp screen resolution ...

Dec 1, 2007, 3:21 AM
for the LG enV VX-9900:
crème de la crème
In the world of cell phones "it gets no betta" This phone is about as near to perfection as it get. It also has the highest rating of any Verizon phone so far. PROs: ----- * Sturdy solid build and feel, no cheap feeling creaking plastic. * Sharp screen resolution * Loud ringers * Strong vibrate * Amazing picture quality * Battery life incredible * QWERTY keyboard is spacious CONs: ----- * No ability to use speaker phone with clam shell closed * With the clam shell open the phone does not ...

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