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Apple iPhone Gen1

Apple iPhone Gen1

“I'm going to focus on the bad. There are tons of iPhone reviews out there where the fanboy who bought it, tries to verbally hump it in his/her review. The basic rules of thumb for the G1 iPhone are as follows: 1) If you love to email on your blackberry, wait for the G2. The G1 mail client is for children. 2) If you want to be able to navigate to/from someplace using your phone, wait...” --gdean2323

100% Positive Reviews
Sony Ericsson W810i

Sony Ericsson W810i

“I'm not much of a tech person I'll admit, I selected the phone because you can turn the flash on to use as a flashlight, which to me is the best feature a phone can ever have.  I tried once downloading songs from itunes but it wasn't compatible with the phone, aside from that I have never played with the music feature. The memory card can be easily replaced to fit more music or pictures, if you...” --Klynn

100% Positive Reviews
Apple iPhone 3G

Apple iPhone 3G

“For me, a mobile phone is my mobile access to my connected world: voice, web, email, and social networks. The iPhone is my mobile computer. With the variety of applications allowing me to connect my computers to it, my iPhone has become my primary interface to the world, with larger computers being there primarily for longer typing sessions. This is the picture of where we're headed. I'm aware...” --shultquist

100% Positive Reviews
Motorola RAZR V3

Motorola RAZR V3

“I have had this phone for about 4 years now, and I have put it through about anything you can imagine.  I work in construction, and I have fallen on this phone, it has fallen out of my truck, I have laid down on it (crawling under a house) and it keeps on running.  Just this week the center button on the keypad has started to come loose, but I think that is a pretty good track record for such a...” --hreppard

86% Positive Reviews
RIM Blackberry Curve 8300

RIM Blackberry Curve 8300

“I think this phone is a great phone for business. The full qwerty keyboard is awesome and allows you to type full-length emails quickly and efficiently. Also, it allows you to type naturally without auto-complete or predictive text, which I think is nice because it is no problem to type any words you like including slang when texting with friends and whatnot. The camera is very nice and awesome...” --ronedoggy

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
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
RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310

RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310

“I'm on my second one in 6 months (hence the lower durability rating) while I had my previous phone for about 6 years.  However, the value  you get is well worth the money: it can now be obtained for free with a new 2-year contract (AT&T)  and THEN a free $75 rebate at amazon.com. My primary uses and usage per day:1. Email - 100 in/out2. Gtalk/BB Messenger - 15 mins3. Talking - 45 mins4....” --kynamd

100% Positive Reviews
HTC TyTN II

HTC TyTN II

“The device is an all-in-one that will allow the user to do multiple functions on it.  It is wireless device that you can also set it up as modem.  You can use an external gps device connect via bluetooth or you can use its intergrated gps for your navigation need.  Battery usage is ok for phone service only.  if you use gps, you will need to use the car charger.” --htrieu2000

100% Positive Reviews
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