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These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by George Knighton:

Jan 17, 2009, 11:03 PM
for the Nokia E71 / E71x:
Wonderful Little Device
This is an absolutely wonderful little device. It's hard to imagine how anybody could be dissatisfied. Very speedy interface, very nice combination of features. Great RF signal capture inside a very good looking, sturdy thing. I cannot remember ever owning a phone that seemed to do everything so well, the way this thing does. Many free programmes from Nokia to polish the interface. Nokia Email provides push if you want it, free. The "Conversations" programme provides ...

Dec 20, 2008, 12:50 PM
for the BlackBerry Bold 9000:
Not Quite Perfect
I completely understand why people would love the Blackberry Bold. The screen is absolutely brilliant, it has WiFi, and many Blackberry aficionados have been waiting a long, long time to get something like this. I've just finished a two week trial with this device, however, and I have to say that it's not for me. Although it's an older design that doesn't have all the features the Bold has, I prefer the Q9h, and I have gone back ...

Jul 23, 2008, 10:39 AM
for the Motorola Q Global / Q9h:
Great PDA~!
Let me get the CONS out of the way first: * No WiFi * Poor battery life in low signal areas Having said that, however, I have to say that the strengths far outweigh the cons. The device is shipped with an extended battery which, while certainly bulky, completely solves the battery life issue in poor signal areas. In situations where there is a short 3G signal competing with a strong EDGE signal, this phone does a much better job grabbing a signal ...

Mar 14, 2008, 8:42 AM
for the Motorola W370:
Not too bad
This is not my kind of phone, let me say that straight out. :-) It is very, very basic and despite its outward looks it is in no way any kind of competition for recent Moto phones like the V8, the V9, the K1 and many others. It's not even *made* by Motorola! However, having said that, if all you need is a phone to *just* make phone calls, and you do not need any fancy features, no camera, ...

Feb 6, 2008, 11:12 AM
for the Motorola RAZR2 V8:
Delightful (And Different)
I think this is one of those "you get it...or you don't" phones. The operating system is unlike other Motorolas that appear to be similar, but it's every bit as fast with the menus as my Razr2 V9 and it's more easily customisable naturally. However, the operating system does *not* lend itself well to other than normal modifications because the operating system simply does not work the way that the Synergy-type systems of other Motos works. It's slimmer than the ...

Sep 15, 2007, 10:23 AM
for the Motorola RAZR2 V9 / V9x:
Minor Learning Curve :)
Users are going to find a minor learning curve moving to the V9 from a K1 or other P2K phone, I think. Although the V9 uses the time proved Synergy OS instead of the Linux/Java system of the V8, there are still many differences. The menu system moves with a speed I have never seen before. Much faster than the K1, and slightly faster than the V3xx. Every change seems to be a change for the better, and ...

Jan 12, 2007, 10:41 AM
for the Motorola KRZR K1m:
Missed Opportunities
Although this is a fine CDMA phone, I feel that some opportunities for excellence were missed. It's wonderful having the resistive controls on the front for music, but *NOT* at the expense of the screen and camera. My K1 GSM phone has 262K colour on the screen and it is a huge difference between that 262K colour and the 64K colour on the K1M. The Verizon K1M is just far, far less attractive than the unlocked GSM K1. :( Another ...

Dec 25, 2006, 12:46 AM
for the Motorola KRZR K1:
Just about the best
It's as if they took every little complaint you might have had about the Razr series and made it better to create the K1. Bought phone directly from Motorola, unlocked. Very easy to set up Internet and MMS because it includes a Java applet that installs your provider's settings. Two ways to play music, either through the SOUNDS menu or the DAP Java application. Both work fine, although I prefer the SOUNDS menu. Address book is improved over ...

Nov 29, 2006, 11:52 PM
for the Motorola RAZR V3i / V3t / V3e / V3r:
Almost Ideal
I've had this phone long enough that it's almost time for a new one. It's an international, unlocked V3i being used on Cingular. The single best attribute is the RF signal capture. It's simply excellent, being able to pick up signals where other phones fail, and being able to hold a good call of long duration when there is a single bar showing. Ideal form factor. Perfect size. Needs better battery life. If you've noticed those 1900 MAh [sic] Maxcells ...

Mar 10, 2005, 5:17 AM
for the Motorola RAZR V3:
This thing'll make you smile.
This phone is hilarious...just totally slays me. I thought I might be wasting some money, and really just got the phone in consequence of reading someone's review at http://www.honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=11510 41 I'd never have even thought about getting a Cingular phone if I hadn't read that, but this is going to end up being one of my favourite all time phones, I'm sure. It's certainly the only phone I have ever felt fully comfortable carrying around in a pocket instead ...

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