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These are the most recent phone user reviews posted by n4aof:

Mar 4, 2014, 2:48 PM
for the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II:
OK, mostly
Overall, not a bad smartphone. I got mine about a year ago so I've had time to see how this one does in the real world. I picked this model largely because I was used to using a slide out keyboard -- but I find that I have gotten used to the on-screen keyboard and rarely use the slide out except for the arrow keys when editing text online. The speaker phone function works pretty well, which I ...

Jan 27, 2011, 9:23 AM
for the Samsung Intensity II:
Good phone - terrible battery life
Great texting phone. I picked it because it is one of the very few keyboard phones that Verizon sells without requiring a data plan. Between it and the LG Cosmos, I picked the Intensity II because when it slides open the navigation button is on the right whereas the Cosmos opens with the navigation button on the left. Call quality is good and there is plenty of volume at both phone and speakerphone. Just a few criticisms: Both our Intensity II ...

Nov 27, 2007, 3:29 PM
for the LG VX-5400:
Good Enough
The VX5400 is a step up from the very basic cell phones, but not a big step up. My family just replaced three VX3200's and one VX5200 with five VX5400's last week and so far the VX5400's have everyone happy (with the possible exception of our teenager who is impatiently waiting for me to get a new USB data cable). Pros: Loud receive volume Bluetooth Ring AND vibrate Clear inside and outside displays no stub antenna nice keypad BIG numbers on screen when you dial. Cons: Proprietary charger ...

Feb 8, 2006, 2:18 PM
for the LG VX-3200:
Good basic phone - Not discontinued
Phonescoop seems to think Verizon has discontinued selling the LG VX3200 - this is true of the VZW website but not of the company stores who still have plenty of VX3200's. Overall it seems to be about the best of VZW's "free" phones -- I just paid $40 (after rebate) for a VX5200 and three "free" VX3200's. The VZW menus take a little getting used to, but good, bad, or indifferent, those are the same menus on all VZW phones ...

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