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Jun 6, 2011, 11:54 AM
for the HTC Inspire 4G:
Reception issues
This is a very well built phone since it is mostly aluminum with a Gorilla Glass screen. The HTC Sense interface is the best for Android in my opinion and adds allot of functionality. PROS - Snappy performance - HTC Sense user interface - Good camera - Sturdy construction - Good phone for the AT&T contract price CONS - Signal reception is not great so it occasionally drops calls in low signal areas - Like all Android phones battery life is poor and the fact that the ...

Nov 15, 2010, 2:51 AM
for the BlackBerry Torch 9800:
Torch proves big screen & fast CPU don't make a phone good
After trying several Android phones including 3.2 inch screen Motorola Backflip and 5 inch screen Dell Streak I really missed the speed and integration that BlackBerry provides. I learned to live without a hardware keyboard. But, not lasting a day on a battery charge and having to copy and past information between different apps was frustrating. I like to do a lot of video streaming using apps like MobiTV. On all the Android devices the ...

Jun 13, 2010, 8:35 PM
for the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10:
Sony X10a fast and bright
I have an unlocked Rogers wireless X10a running on AT&T. After using this phone for over a month I am mostly satisfied with its performance. The combination of the 4 inch screen and 1 GHz processor result in a pleasant user experience. The phone shows very little lag except when using the Timescape interface. Timescape is still very usable but takes a few seconds to load if you include all your online accounts and media. ...

May 7, 2007, 5:37 PM
for the Samsung SYNC SGH-A707:
Good feature list but poor performance
I bought the SYNC as a replacement for my Sony Z520. Unfortunately the SYNC seems to have one major flaw like poor data reception. I use the MobiTV service quite a bit and find that the SYNC is unable to establish or hold a connection when I am in a low signal area like work. I work in an area that was converted from a computer room to office space, so, there are no windows and ...

Jun 9, 2006, 2:57 PM
for the Sony Ericsson Z520 / Z525:
Good for price but some flaws
Feature wise this phone meets or surpasses most in its price range. Reception is good, but, speaker volume could be louder. Also, speaker fell out of my first phone and I had to send to Sony for repair. They did it for free under warranty. I prefer my p910a overall, but, Z520a fits in pocket better when you don't need the extra power. PROS: Easily fits in pocket. Good reception. Built in IM. Synchronizes with Outlook if you by USB ...

Jul 26, 2004, 2:00 PM
for the Sony Ericsson P800:
p800 still one of the best
I bought my p800 after looking at Motorola mpx200, siemens sx56 and color Blackberry. Provider is AT&T Wireless Pros: 1. Great reception and sound clarity. 2. Lots of application for anything you can imagine http://www.handango.com 3. Reliable and responsive Symbian OS. 4. Loud ring volumn. 5. e-mail and internet access Cons: 1. Only 4096 color screen I use my p800 as a phone, mp3 player, movie player (you can fit entire DVD on 128 MB cord using SmartMovie), pop3 e-mail client, web browser and as a portable ...

Nov 13, 2003, 10:56 AM
for the Siemens S46:
Good no nonsnese phone
I purchased this phone at an AT&T store. PROS: This is one of the best phones I have used when it comes to holding onto calls even with a weak signal. The menus are easy to navigate. The included belt clip actually holds the phone securely and swivels out of the way when you sit. This phone is built like a truck! I accidentally sat myself and a large recliner (at least 250 Lbs. total) on top of ...

Nov 13, 2003, 10:39 AM
for the Ericsson R380 World:
Good PDA bad phone
I bought this phone on ebay and used it with my AT&T Wireless account. PROS: As a PDA I liked the device. The handwriting recognition was pretty accurate once you learned it. and it had most of the features I wanted. The only thing I did not see a way to do was use a larger font. CONS: As a phone this was the worst device I have ever used. Even when it a strong signal it still dropped. ...

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