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Sep 1, 2009, 3:38 PM
for the BlackBerry Tour 9630:
Tour ok, Curve was sufficent
I have been using Blackberry's for 9+ years and I am always amazed to see the advancements each new model brings. This said, I just used my upgrade to move from my Curve to the Tour. Was this a worthwhile upgrade for *me*, thus far, honestly, no. I stress "me" because for my particular needs and usage, using my upgrade on this was not worth it. Pros: Screen size, Mini USB (even though I had a gazillion chargers and batteries) as ...

Jan 6, 2007, 9:19 PM
for the LG VX-5300 / UX-245 / AX-245:
I am in the minority
Clearly I will be in the minority with this review. I swtiched to this phone from an LG VX-8300 because I wanted a tri-mode phone and I hate those music buttons on the front of the 8300. Because of my waistline I was always getting beeps in my BT ear piece as I would bump the front of the phone when it was on my belt. I have not had any "freezing" and I have found that the battery life to ...

Jun 20, 2006, 9:42 AM
for the LG VX-8300:
A very good choice!
I got my 8300 on Sunday and so far, I am very pleased. Of course, with all due respect to LG, based on my experiences with the Razr, it would be pretty easy to impress me! I got the Razr in December and I can honestly say that in the 20+ years I have used mobile phones (remember the mobile operator days of please connect my call?) the Razr was by far the worst phone I ever had. Battery life ...

Dec 17, 2005, 7:05 PM
for the Motorola RAZR V3c:
A Good Phone
I have been using mobile phones for over 20 years. Back in the days when the unit was mounted in the trunk and a mobile operator had to connect the call! The point being that I have seen the industry mature, for better and worse, and I have used MANY phones. Some argue that this phone is overpriced. Having paid over $400 for mine, it is hard to disagree, but, early adopters of ANY new technology pay too much, so ...

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