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HTC G1

HTC G1

The HTC G1 (formerly called the HTC Dream) is the first Google Android phone to enter the market. It will be offered initially by T-Mobile. It is a slider with a full QWERTY keyboard.

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 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
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
Nokia 6030

Nokia 6030

“I loved this phone. Friends teased me eventually because it's a bit old school (no camera, etc) but it met my needs perfectly - easy nav and shortcuts, good screen, good battery life fm radio (which I love for my walks to work), good sound quality, etc. I eventually upgraded to a new phone but definitely held on to it as long as I could. Don't think they still sell them new but if you're...” --pickynerd

100% Positive Reviews
Motorola V600

Motorola V600

“ Despite being an older phone, the Motorola V600 can still get the job done. It has an integrated VGA camera, Bluetooth, ringtones, can do any type of messaging that you’d like, and it can run Java applications. Users can even change the front covers if they want to. All of this comes in a moderately sized clamshell package.   The call quality on the phone is pretty good, provided that you’re...” --xxfury2xx

100% Positive Reviews
RIM Blackberry Pearl 8120

RIM Blackberry Pearl 8120

“I think they flubbed the keyboard redesign for the second iteration of Pearls. The "er" key is too close to the multifunction key. This results in annoying mistypes. The trackballs continue to be an issue, with mine acting up within a month of purchase. A great phone nonetheless, but not without issues.” --doppler

100% Positive Reviews
Nokia 6102

Nokia 6102

“This phone came free with my 2 year AT&T plan so I really can't complain about the  value. It does what a phone is supposed to do - make calls. It also takes pictures, sends text messages, acts as a stopwatch, alarm clock, watch, calendar, address book and flash light. For Free-ninety-nine, you can't do much better than this.” --Yellowj

100% Positive Reviews
Nokia 3390

Nokia 3390

“Decent Phone, I would definately get a newer phone    ” --dancerforpeace

100% Positive Reviews
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