I love my Classic already. Its exactly what I needed, like an updated Bold 9900. The only thing I didn't like was being forced to give up my Blackberry email address. I have a nice Android phone for multimedia, this one is my business phone and it is a powerhouse for my uses.
I'm pretty sure the point of the review was that it's a great business phone, but not the best multimedia phone, which you just said. He didn't say it was a bad phone or that you don't need it. He wasn't tearing down the exact phone you need.
Well, yes, if you don't mind carrying two phones all the time, then of course it's great. I can't imagine doing that myself. I know people who do, but I don't think they would if they had a choice. I don't think anyone should have to. That doesn't see... (continues)
Somehow the review reads as many others do - with a blinkered mindset. Many reviewers now look at phones wanting them to be an all-playing, fluffy app-centric device that can only be a 'real' device if it concentrates on all the irrelevancies such as the capability to flirt using 10 different apps, put your messages in a bubblegum pink dialog box, show satellite images on a basic GPS request to get from A to B, etc.
Some things just aren't necessary to most people. Teenagers who live their lives through texting whilst sitting next to each other or whose ability to make judgment calls whilst using a device is hindered, perhaps? Gamers who want a device that allows them to game 24 hours a day (because they cannot be away from some sort o... (continues)