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

Apr 30, 2009, 12:18 AM
for the LG Lotus:
Worth every cent
What a steal for $50. I have push Gmail, threaded SMS, picture mail, solid turn by turn navigation and GPS maps, a full and very usable QWERTY keyboard, great call quality and coverage, Youtube, very loud speakerphone...and I could go on. The phone is pocketable and very easy to use one-handed. Just download and install Opera mini and you have a satisfying mobile browsing experience. Sprints $69 Simply Everything plan is a great value if you compare what ...

Jul 6, 2008, 11:32 AM
for the Samsung Instinct M800:
Worth Every Penny, and more...
PRO's Livesearch integrated with GPS is amazing, fast, and accurate. GPS navigation is equally good. Call quality is top notch regardless what the signal strength indicator says. Being able to customize favorites screens with applications (text a certain contact, search, weather, etc.) is very handy. Really appreciate landscape keyboard for messaging which works better than I had anticipated. My experience with Sprint's customer service has been nothing short of exemplary. I even had a tech call me back just to ...

May 19, 2007, 10:11 AM
for the Pantech Ocean:
Well I like it
This is a unique device with great connectivity and features. Love the keyboard search for contacts and web searches; push Yahoo email is sweet; appreciate a second keypad for dialing; screen (though small) is brilliant; Google maps w/GPS is fun, and though weighty it doesn't feel as large as I had anticipated. I think the previous reviewers were victims of the over-hype that preceded the launch. If you are looking for the perfect do-everything-device, I am not sure ...

Dec 30, 2006, 6:02 PM
for the Nokia E62 / E61:
Great device with BlackBerry service
You need to sign up for push email service, like Blackberry, to fully appreciate this phone. BB's online interface makes adding multiple email accounts stupid simple and having push syncing for email is great. Not sure how other's tolerate other email services where the phone has to log on every 15 minutes or so to pull their messages like Cingular's Medianet email service which was annoying. Once I called Cingular and put BB on my E62 I have close to ...

Nov 18, 2006, 1:26 PM
for the Samsung Drift:
Unique, not great, seems flimsy
Build quality is not great, the top of the phone moves side to side and seems not very secure. GPS is more of a novelty that real GPS. This phone is not for someone who wants turn by turn like Nextel Tel Nav provides. Screen is very sharp and others here have covered the pluses and minuses already.

Mar 5, 2006, 11:48 AM
for the HTC 8125 / 8100 / MDA (USA) / K-JAM / P4300 (Wizard):
Why I love the MDA
This is a phone with incredible connectivity and functionality; not a replacement for a laptop. Having said that, WOW. My Treo toting friends are very jealous. What I love: MDA feels great in the hand--smooth rounded corners. I like the distinct buttons on the keyboard that stand out (and slide back in when not in use) from the black background, and a beautiful (large phone-sized) screen. EDGE is decently fast loading web pages (set to one column for easier ...

Oct 29, 2005, 1:13 AM
for the BlackBerry 7100 / 7105:
7105 Great; 7100 Not
Having had the 7100 through Cingular (returned 2 weeks later) and recently purchasing the 7105 from TMobile, I can say the 7105 and TMobile service are great (Cingular and the 7100 were not). With the 7105 I am able to access my Yahoo account, receive/open/respond/delete emails without having to log in to Yahoo--all done from the same screen where my work messages arrive. When I write an email I can select which email address the sender will see (work ...

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