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LG Chocolate VX-8500

LG Chocolate VX-8500

“I've owned the LG Chocolate VX8500 for around a year and a half, and it has been a mediocre experience at best. This would be my second VX8500—the first one was rendered useless after wear & tear and needed a replacement. It is far from the best, but certainly it is not the worst. Value I paid $100 for the LG Chocolate VX8500 with a two year contact. Around the time of...” --JMowery

75% Positive Reviews
LG VX8300

LG VX8300

“I got this phone because it was the most expensive phone I could get for free for renewing my Verizon contract. It's worked fine for two years, and as probably the only person left in the world without an ipod, it's been great to have a phone that takes a microsd card, so I can use it as an mp3 player with the ear jack (or the crappiest boombox in the world without an earpiece). No reaosn to...” --davidryal

100% Positive Reviews
RIM Blackberry Curve 8320

RIM Blackberry Curve 8320

“The Curve may be the best BlackBerry out there as of July 2008. It's the slimmest full Qwerty berry, but it's still a bit chuncky up against the variety of Pearls. Voice quality is acceptable, but hopefully it's the keyboard and email you're after. Both are excellent. My trackball got wonky after 6 months of (ab)use, but I'm finding that's standard with trackball'd berrys. Where hath my scroll...” --doppler

100% Positive Reviews
RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

“This is a decent little phone. These days I'm surrounded by iPhones, and I have to admit it'd be orange to apple to compare it to one of them, but at $0 with a service plan it's my kind of orange. I acutally took possession of the little thing when my brother, six months after getting one with his new AT&T contract, decided he couldn't live without the next best thing and upgraded to a Gen....” --pauljm

100% Positive Reviews
Rim Blackberry 8830

Rim Blackberry 8830

“I dig this phone a lot, since it does most of the things I need - email, scheduling, phone, and web access. Adding email integration was very easy. The default web browser is okay (good enough for Google Reader, Techmeme, etc), though you may want to download Opera Mini for some more power. There's no camera, but I don't really need one personally. Some people might though. The downsides aren't...” --mikeleeorg

100% Positive Reviews
LG ENV

LG ENV

“first phone i havent broken in a year.  love it.  battery life gets me thru weekends.  quick texts.  bluetooth.  awesome.  want the new one now.” --dumkey

100% Positive Reviews
LG Shine CU720

LG Shine CU720

“Let me tell you....I had to WORK to get this phone. I had just switched over to AT&T and the LG Shine was the one I really wanted. I didn't want to settle for a phone I wasn't excited about. But it was just after Christmas or so, and not a single AT&T in the SF Bay Area had a Shine for me (I think the biggest con about the phone is that it was so popular and AT&T doesn...” --stins

100% Positive Reviews
Motorola PEBL U6

Motorola PEBL U6

“I got this in a frantic attempt to replace my dead phone on a weekend when I needed the connectivity.  Razrs were The Big Thing at the time, and this seemed like a stylish alternative to tooldom.  (Well, that, plus I couldn't find the neon pink razr I was lusting after on short notice.)  Enter Pebl. It's smooth, minimalist, pretty, and the spring-loaded clamshell entertains friends and small...” --amysarah

100% Positive Reviews
Motorola KRZR K1m

Motorola KRZR K1m

“This is a nice phone that has many features you'd expect in a cell nowadays. Great call/sound quality and reception. The build is slim and simple yet very sturdy and durable. Its got bluetooth, which is now a must in some states like California. Mp3 can be stored on micro-sd cards and VCAST music is on there and pretty easy to use. The one drawback on this phone is the camera. It take ok photos...” --chgiang

100% Positive Reviews
Motorola RAZR V3m

Motorola RAZR V3m

“My dad bought one of these a little while back. I've had the opportunity to use it several times, and it has a number of pros and cons. On the plus side, it looks really cool.... very thin (as all the RAZRs are) and sleek looking. Battery life is good, and it is a rather simple, easy to use phone. On the minus side, it doesn't have many features that fancier phones do. For me, that's a big turn...” --dordal

67% Positive Reviews
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