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Alias 2 vs. Glyde


Jun 4, 2009, 7:55 PM
So I went to Verizon to switch and buy the Alias 2, but since it was out of stock, they gave me the Glyde to use until the received the shipment of the Alias2. So, what was I wondering was if anyone had experience with both? If so, which would you say is better. I'm indifferent about the touch screen, and both are QWERTY, so I'd just like to know the experiences you may have had with either of them. Thanks.

Jun 5, 2009, 1:11 PM
Don't know about the Glyde but according to the reviews here it's getting trumped.

https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/user_reviews.php?p ... »

Then the Alias 2.

https://www.phonescoop.com/phones/user_reviews.php?p ... »

I use the Alias 2 and the QWERTY is really easy to type on, everyone who sees the E-ink keyboard thinks it's pretty cool. I'm still finding things that are pretty cool with the phone like if you answer a phone call in landscape it activates the speaker phone automatically and when using the camera in portrait mode or landscape it some how rotates the camera (you'd have to try it, I tried to explain it and couldn't very well).
And if you get your Alias 2 you may want to look into having a ZAGG shield professi...

Jun 5, 2009, 9:45 PM
I have the Glyde, and I'm not all that impressed with it. Most of the time my screen is non responsive, etc. I'm actually considering upgrading to the Alias2 because of the issues with the Glyde.

Nov 22, 2009, 7:34 AM
I owned the Glyde and HATED it. The signal strength in my area is usually very good, but with the Glyde, it was mediocre at best. As soon as I switched phones, the reception was "good" again.

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