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Jul 19, 2013, 11:54 PM
for the HTC One (M7 / GSM):
Excellent Phone - Call me impressed
This is one excellent phone. HTC really came out swinging and this one is a home run. PROS: Great screen, so clear, almost 3D Awesome sound quality, including playing music out of the speakers, speakphone, and general earpiece sound quality (blows SG3 away) Overall refinement of Sense 5 ... Yes, it's a skin but it's a darn good one Speedy speedy speedy Few crashes -- seems WAY more stable than other Android phones I've had (i.e. SG3) A real beauty to look at With ...

Jul 10, 2012, 7:26 AM
for the Samsung Galaxy S III (Verizon):
Now I know why Apple tried to stop this phone from being launched
It's just a phone. Yeah I know but I'm still up at all hours playing with this dang thing. I can't believe how far Android has come. I couldn't wait for Verizon to introduce the iPhone a year and a half ago and lo and behold, this Galaxy S3 beats it. Pros: I love this screen ... so big and saturated Despite its screen size, the phone is quite manageable Sound quality is very good and your can even ...

Oct 16, 2011, 2:27 AM
for the Apple iPhone 4S:
Excellent phone - with lots of improvements
I went from Android to iPhone 4 on Verizon to now the iPhone 4S, also on Verizon. I could not be happier. There are lots of improvements, and speed is definitely one of them. The lag I felt in the 4 is now completely gone. Call quality is similar to the 4, i.e. on VZW it is GREAT, and I mean way better than any HTC phone I have used. Siri is cool, and I find ...

Feb 10, 2011, 5:59 PM
for the Apple iPhone 4 (CDMA):
Wow Wow Wow Wow Wow
I'd rate it a 10 if I could. I am not an Apple fanboy but I *AM* a Verizon fanboy. This phone really feels like the best smartphone and the best US-based network finally mated. I got my phone this past Monday (2/7) and I am more and more impressed daily about how great it is. Thank you Verizon and Apple! PROS: - Everything (seriously) - The retina display is not hype. It is the clearest screen on a cell ...

Dec 16, 2009, 3:03 AM
for the HTC Droid Eris:
Loving my Eris - The review to read
I change phones about the same rate I change my clothes. I love my Eris, especially with the 1.16 firmware. Here's why ... PROS: The PERFECT size, feels great in the hand Very customizable On THE best network, not AT&T (worst 3 months of my life!) HTC Sense UI is awesome The new firmware is snappier and really makes the battery life quite tolerable The phone is just so gosh-darn sexy' Excellent virtual keyboard Android 2.0 is coming CONS: Battery life is better but in a perfect world would ...

Nov 12, 2009, 11:40 PM
for the Motorola Droid:
Liked it, then didn't
I was the first in line to get my Droid last Friday. At first I was amazed. The screen is drop dead gorgeous. The Google Navigation system is unbelievable (and handy). The phone is VERY customizable and the battery life was not too bad. I returned it. OK, so the deal is that while this is a great all-purpose device, it is too cumbersome as a phone. Try to make a call while driving. There is ...

Aug 14, 2009, 7:45 PM
for the BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8230:
Tour to Flip
I am probably one of the few people that went from the Blackberry Tour (which is the darling Blackberry right now, on ANY network), to the Flip 8230. This seems kind of backwards, doesn't it? Well on the face of it, the Tour IS a really nice phone ... well-constructed, strong features, rev. A data, and world phone abilities. However, I just did not fall in love with it, and even had callers at times unable to hear ...

Jul 28, 2009, 8:10 PM
for the BlackBerry Tour 9630:
I really like Touring
I really like my Tour. A lot. I came from a Pearl, which I also loved. I even got used to (and good at) SureType on that phone. On the Tour, I don't need SureType. All of the letters if the alphabet have their own dedicated key -- who would've thought?? :-) Pros: The best display on a phone I've ever seen Nice shaped phone Keys seem perfectly-sized Strong Bluetooth volume Excellent call quality Battery life seems strong (better than my Pearl) Phone styling -- ...

Nov 2, 2007, 4:37 AM
for the Motorola Q Global / Q9h:
Motorola done good
I cannot find any flaws with this phone. It is a good enough piece to get me to switch from VZW to AT&T after 10 years of VZW (and Airtouch prior). By the way, in case you are wondering, I have the Q9m and Q9h sitting side by side and they are very different. The Q9h is a far better phone ... snappier processor, loads more memory, better key layout, and in my opinion, a more professional look. Pros: Excellent ...

Feb 6, 2006, 12:23 AM
for the Palm Treo 700w / 700wx:
Great Phone - a definite leap above the 650
Hi all, I wanted to put my two cents in on the Treo 700w. I liked my Treo 650 a lot, and was prepared to keep the 700w only if it was a magnitude better than the 650. Well it IS a magnitude better. PROS: Stability, Stability, Stability Compared to the 650, this thing is rock-solid. I have had it since early January and it has not soft-reset even once! No accidental hangups Though the UI does take some getting used to, ...

Aug 8, 2004, 8:52 PM
for the Motorola V710:
Really Like the v710, esp. with Bluetooth headset
Pros: Excellent call quality Bluetooth (even though not fully functional, I love it) Tri-mode Way more fun that other VZW Motos Everything else listed in previous posts Cons: Battery life seems a lot shorter than my prior v60 Inside screen gets grimy with use, as others have noted Bluetooth not fully functional, but this should be curable with Mobile Tools software Directional earpiece -- as previously posted, you have to be right on it to hear the caller, but... I bought the HS820 with my phone (Bluetooth headset). ...

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