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Jan 23, 2015, 9:24 AM
for the Motorola Droid Turbo:
Motorola Droid Turbo - Verizon Wireless
I've had this phone for almost two months now. Pros: -Long battery life -Fast processor -Screen is crisp and nice -The turbo charger is amazing, really charges up your phone quickly -Signal strength is best of any Verizon Wireless phone -Good call quality -Very responsive -lightweight -Easy to use -Pure vanilla android Cons: -Earpiece volume could be louder -Camera isn't the greatest, but I found setting it to flash has helped. -no expandable memory, but it does come with 32 GB. Overall, it is a great flagship device. If you need a smartphone with ...

Jul 22, 2014, 8:30 AM
for the LG G3 (CDMA):
LG G3 Verizon Wireless review
I just received my LG G3 yesterday from Verizon Wireless. I switched from the Motorola Droid Maxx, and I noticed some differences. Pros: -Screen. It is very crisp and beautiful. I have never seen a screen this good. It beats the retina display on my Mac Book Pro by a mile. The screen is colorful, and the brightness is decent. (My moto gets a little more brightness, but the LG user interface is much easier ...

Sep 23, 2013, 3:54 PM
for the Motorola Droid Maxx:
My review of the Droid Maxx (2013) phone for Verizon Wireless.
I recently upgraded to the Droid Maxx about two weeks ago. I previously owned the Droid Razr Maxx HD, which I loved despite its flaws. Here is my take on the new Droid Maxx: I LOVE GOOGLE NOW VOICE COMMANDS! You can command the Droid Maxx without touching it, even when it’s asleep and just out of reach. Use voice commands to get GPS directions or open a Mobile Hotspot. The ultra-low-power notification system displays alerts so you can avoid constantly ...

Jun 25, 2013, 9:31 AM
for the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX HD:
I came back to this smartphone.
I had the Droid RAZR Maxx HD from January till May. I switched down to a dumbphone to save money, but honestly, I missed the Razr so I just switched back. Pros: -HD screen is colorful, and decently bright. -Phone feels solid unlike other Android devices out there. -Battery life is great for a smart phone. -Qualcomm's "quick-charge" technology, the phone recharges more quickly than other phones. -the 4.7 inch display is big but not so big that you cannot use it with one hand. -You get ...

Jun 17, 2012, 5:04 PM
for the Kyocera DuraPlus:
Kyocera DuraPlus - Sprint Phone Review
This phone is a huge rugged brick phone and I like it a lot. I want a solid phone that can go with me when I jog outdoors, and can make good calls and go for days without a charge. The Kyocera DuraPlus is a phone I have long been waiting for as a former Nextel customer who loved his Motorola i365 phone. The Pro's -very rugged and rock solid -nice screen which can be seen even in sunlight!! -excellend keypad, ...

Jun 11, 2011, 11:12 AM
for the Motorola Droid X2:
Traded in my iPhone 4 for this!
Hello! I have had this phone for about 2 weeks now. I originally upgraded to the iPhone 4 with Verizon (which I did love), but when a friend showed me his Android device, I decided to return my iPhone and get the Droid X2. What I love about it: -HUGE display! This screen is a monster and it is as big as my iPhone in length and width! One of the largest displays I've seen on a ...

May 25, 2011, 3:57 PM
for the Apple iPhone 4 (CDMA):
I bit the bullet and bought one!
Honestly, I am not new to Apple or iOS. I had the iPod Touchb 4th gen, and the iPad (which I sold along with my precious Casio Ravine on eBay to buy the iPhone). I love iOS for its incredible ease of use, beautiful colorful design, and simplicity. I decided to get an iPhone because it brings together my cell phone, iPod, and tablet computer into one super device. Having the ability to browse the web over ...

Apr 28, 2011, 11:03 AM
for the Motorola T300p:
Great basic phone with a few drawbacks.
Pros: This phone gets great reception, strong consistent signal, and clear calling. The battery life is decent. The phone has a low-res green screen which means minimal use of battery. Phone has extendable antenna, which I love. Phone is super easy to use and comes with a calculator, calendar, some simple games, and loud ringers. Speaker phone also decent, but it crackles when volume is too loud. Cons: texting is more difficult as the ...

Dec 15, 2010, 2:49 PM
for the Casio G'zOne Ravine:
Great rugged phone for former Nextel users like me.
Sprint/Nextel has poor coverage in my new area where I now live, so when shopping around for good rugged phones, I came across this one at a local Verizon store. I immediately fell in love with this device. The phone is rock solid tough and it gets great reception. It fits comfortably in my hand and Verizon even had a leather fitted case for added protection. The features are good for being a non-smartphone. Overall it ...

Sep 9, 2010, 11:17 PM
for the BlackBerry Curve 8530:
Horrible battery life, weak signal, AVOID!
I love Blackberries, but this one is just terrible. I've had two now and it's the same: Horrible battery life (very horrible) and the reception is the worst I've seen on a cell phone. I love the features of the phone and the screen is good, but the terrible battery life and the weak signal is the deal breaker. Do not waste your time on this phone unless you want dropped calls, constant failure on data and ...

Mar 18, 2010, 11:23 PM
for the Motorola i365 / i365IS:
Solid phone, makes solid calls.
The positive reviews are correct. This phone just rocks. It is tough enough to withstand harsh environments, and you get a large keypad that's easy to use. I love the loud ringers, the extendable antenna, and the crystal clear calling. I also love the huge size of this phone. I have big hands so I need a BIG phone! The phone is by far the best performing phone I've ever owned. And I really like Nextel's ...

Sep 22, 2009, 9:28 PM
for the Nokia 2610:
The Nokia 2610.
Pros: great reception, long battery life, compact and portable, and it has loud volume and ringers. Easy to text, easy to use, phone functions better if you delete all the preinstalled games, themes, tones, and graphics. Nice keypad, Cons: small screen, sometimes hard to see, but I keep my wallpaper turned off so I can see the display well even outside. This phone is so tiny compared to my Nokia 6010. I wish it ...

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