There are 1200+ people who have been using this phone as a training device for the past couple weeks, and I'm sure all 1200+ would disagree with some things in the review. If you haven't used it yet, then you do not have any personal experience, and your comments are now speculation, probably laced with bias, and have no merit. As for the reviewer, I can not state it enough until they change the review:
Learn how to use the device before you bash it for your own misgivings.
I've proved, beyond a shadow of a doubt that the reviewer was unable to perform certain actions because he has bad aim or wasn't doing what the software was designed to do. Because of this, he has given the phone a bad review. This is an injustice. If they want t... (continues)
Do you work for Sprint or Samsung or something? I've never seen someone so fired up about a review. It's kind of funny actually.
Anyways, I did play with the device and I actually did like it. I was surprised since I wasn't expecting much with it having a resistive touch screen instead of the capacitive. It is much better than the Glyde touchscreen. I only got to try it out for about fifteen minutes but the phone seems to work really good. Obviously fifteen minutes isn't a good amount of time to really get into the features of the phone but I do admit it is pretty impressive.
Yeah, I agree. I played with it for about 15 min myself, and it is a pretty tight phone. The touch screen is far more responsive than I expected and the form factor is perfect. It's also nice that it's so customizable; I didn't like the haptic feedback while scrolling, but you can turn it off! Hooray!