XV6800 Not Impressed!
I am sorry, the blue wrap around it, makes this thing look like a kid's toy.
The battery cover is as thin as a piece of paper.
The keyboard feels like bubble wrap about to pop.
I have a very difficult decision to make...do I stay with VZW just for the "free" in calling or do I dump them and switch to ATT, have an awesome phone, but pay for not able to use M2M minutes. 🙄 😢
Why are you telling us? 🤣
Ahh because this is a forum and people share their thoughts, ideas, and expressions.
Are you going to return your 6800? If you just need verizon for the IN minutes why not just get a basic phone, why the need for two smart phones? 🙂
Ideally, you should have had some sort of educated expectations before you even bought the phone.
Not sure what is wrong with you to make you think it feels and looks cheap..
Most people like some color in their phone, hence the blue being added on to make it more colorful.. focus groups liked it better that way.
Of course the battery cover is thin (I really have to wonder what kind of paper you use that is that thick).. that is the point in making a thin phone, you make parts thin. The manufacturer makes the parts as thin as they can while maintaining suffecient structural stability.. would it really have made you feel better if HTC has made the phone thicker, would have have made you feel that it wasnt cheap? if so th...
I just joined Verizon yesterday and I don't think the 6800 is much of an upgrade from my 6700. It is thinner for sure, but it does feel cheaper. I don't like the navigation pad compared to the stick on the 6700. It also appears at least as sluggish. I also find it quite odd that I have service most places, despite the phone showing no bars? Hopefully Verizon will have the best service, but as far as WM6 devices, I am not overly impressed. So, not everyone that criticizes Verizon is an AT&T customer.
Don't you people have an internal website where you can blow smokes up ur own butts all day long ?
You know I was thinking about making an indie film about cell phone reps ... kinda like clerks. I was a cell phone rep for 5-6 years so I know how it is.
Anyway, Joshieca - if the PDA device is really top priority for you, I'd do what one person said - have 2 services - one for PDA usage and a basic one for all of your voice calls.
And see if your employer has a contract with either carrier.