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LG Incite CT810 Phone, Silver (AT&T)
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Product Description

Blending premium capabilities with ultramodern design, the LG Incite for AT&T features a brilliantly colorful 3-inch touchscreen that offers a choice of on-screen virtual keyboards with haptic keys that provide vibration feedback. Built for business with the power of the updated Windows Mobile 6.1 operating system, you'll stay easily connected to your business and personal data on the go with support for a wide variety of email accounts as well as the ability to edit Microsoft Office documents.

You'll be able to quickly download video, music and more over AT&T's lightning quick HSPDA 3G network--and it's compatible with 2100 MHz 3G networks in foreign territories. In addition to access to AT&T Mobile Music (compatible with Napster and eMusic subscriptions), this GPS-enabled phone is compatible with the AT&T Navigator service for turn-by-turn directions as well as its Video Share service, which enables you to send video of yourself to another compatible phone while making a voice call. This phone also features Bluetooth connectivity for both communication headsets and stereo music streaming, Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g), 3-megapixel camera, multi-format digital audio player, MicroSD memory expansion up to 32 GB, and up to 8.7 hours of talk time.



Enjoy intuitive, single-handed operation thanks to the LG Incite's 3-inch touchscreen.
AT&T Service
This AT&T phone can handle high-speed data connectivity via AT&T's 3G mobile broadband data network, which is available in most major metropolitan areas. The AT&T 3G network uses the dual-band UMTS 850/1900 MHz network, and this phone is also compatible with 2100 MHz 3G networks (found in international territories). The AT&T 3G network provides download speeds ranging from 700 Kbps to 1.7 Mbps, and upload speeds ranging from 500 Kbps to 1.2 Mbps. This makes it possible to enjoy a variety of feature-rich wireless multimedia services, and it gives you the advantage of offering simultaneous voice and data services. (For use outside the United States, an AT&T international data plan is recommended.)

In areas where the 3G network is not available, you'll continue to receive service on the AT&T EDGE network, which offers availability in more than 13,000 US cities and along some 40,000 miles of major highways. Providing average data speeds between 75-135Kbps, it's fast enough to support a wide range of advanced data services, including video and music clips, full picture and video messaging, high-speed color Internet access, and email on the go. You'll also enjoy quad-band GSM connectivity, which allows you to make calls in more than 190 countries and access data applications in the more than 135 countries where AT&T offers international data roaming.

With 3G connectivity, you'll be able to access AT&T's Video Share service, which enables you to send a live, one-way video stream to another compatible phone during a standard voice call. The service also allows you to switch the direction of the video stream during the same phone call. (Customers must be in an area served by the company's 3G network and have a Video Share-enabled phone.) A majority of users in the architecture, engineering and construction industries rated the ability to share live video through Video Share highly, according to research commissioned by AT&T. Video Share lets you see progress on a job site or review the day's work without having to drive from an office or other site to do so.

You can take advantage of the AT&T Navigator GPS software and service, a full-featured premium navigation application that includes audible turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic updates and re-routing options, and 3D moving maps (additional charges applicable). AT&T Navigator offers several other features to make your commute more enjoyable and reliable, including mobile access to Yellowpages.com. Additionally, AT&T Navigator is the only mobile phone-based GPS service that provides integrated speech recognition for address entry and points of interest search.

With 3G connectivity, you'll be able to access AT&T Mobile Music, which enables you to buy tracks while on the go, access the Napster and eMusic subscription music services, stream music video, discover what's playing with Music ID song-recognition software, and find out what's hot with The Buzz music news portal.

It's also pre-loaded with AT&T's Mobile Banking application, which is compatible with accounts from banks including Wachovia, SunTrust, Synovus, and BancorpSouth. Mobile Banking from AT&T affords you the flexibility to stay on top of your banking needs while you're on the move, enabling you to check your account balance, securely transfer funds between your eligible accounts, view and pay bills, and review your transaction history. AT&T customers pay no additional fee to access mobile banking and, because the application resides on the handset, the service is optimized to reduce the number of new page views necessary to complete a transaction. Minimal data usage charges apply and vary based on individual use.



The Incite comes fully loaded with a GPS receiver (and access to AT&T Navigator for turn-by-turn directions), a 3-megapixel camera/camcorder, Bluetooth stereo music streaming, and MicroSD memory expansion to 32 GB.
Phone Features
Sleekly sophisticated, the LG Incite's 3-inch touchscreen offers a 240 x 400-pixel resolution with a 65K color depth. It presents you with a choice of on-screen virtual keyboards--a full, QWERTY keyboard in landscape mode and a 20-key keyboard in portrait view--with haptic keys that provide vibration feedback. You can navigate by simply using your fingers to move through the Incite's friendly user interface, manipulating the scroll button to the upper right of the screen, or using the included stylus. A configurable, drag-and-drop favorites menu provides quick access to the applications that matter most to you. The phone comes with physical send/end keys on the front of the face, as well as physical volume up/down keys and a jog dial on the right side. It also has an automatic screen and key lock to prevent unwanted tapping.

The Incite has a 256 MB ROM/128 MB RAM internal memory, which can be expanded via optional MicroSD memory cards up to 32 GB in size (currently tested to 16 GB). The Outlook Address book can store an unlimited amount of contacts, and it provides over 40 data fields, including 12 phone numbers, 3 emails, 2 physical addresses, and picture ID.

The Incite connects to business and personal e-mail access through Microsoft Direct Push and AT&T's Xpress Mail service. The Incite also supports Microsoft's System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008, an enterprise-grade mobile solution for managing and protecting Windows Mobile 6.1 phones. Mobile Device Manager helps companies provide its mobile workers with software updates and applications over the air, as well as security-enhanced access to company data.

Handsfree communication is easy thanks to the integrated speakerphone. This phone also provides Bluetooth wireless connectivity (version 2.0), and includes profiles for communication headset, handsfree car kits, and file transfer--sending contacts, calendar events, tasks, notes, and pictures to other Bluetooth-enabled users. With the A2DP Bluetooth profile, you can stream your music to a pair of compatible Bluetooth stereo headphones. You can connect your laptop (either via Bluetooth or wired USB) and enjoy dial-up networking--surf the Internet, send email, and access files from a server. You can save up to 9,999 Bluetooth pairings--more than enough to satisfy all your gadgets.

The 3-megapixel camera provides five resolution settings--2048 x 1536, 1600 x 1200 (default setting), 1024 x 768, 640 x 480, and 320 x 240 pixels--and it offers a landscape viewfinder for a real-camera feel. Other features include a 2x digital zoom, panorama shot capabilities, white balance and brightness settings, and a self timer. Once you've shot an image, the internal image editor can crop and rotate it as well as add color effects. You can also capture video clips for as long as you have available memory (or up to 600 KB for sending via MMS messaging). It provides four resolution options--400 x 240, 320 x 240, 176 x 144 (default), and 128 x 96 pixels.

The digital audio player (Windows Media Player 10 Mobile for Pocket PC) is compatible with MP3, WMA, and AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ formats, and it allows you to multitask in other sections of the phone while continue to play music. Playlists are auto-arranged by artist/album/genre, and you can also play videos in WMV, MP4 and 3GP formats. The phone also includes an FM radio tuner.

Other features include:

  • Organizer tools: Alarm clock, calendar, notepad, calculator, world clock, tasks, Stopwatch
  • Wi-Fi networking (802.11b/g)
  • Four unique ringtones with silent and vibrate modes
  • Speaker-independent voice commands; voice-activated dialing
  • Voice memo recording
  • ActiveSync synchronizes Outlook, Office, and contents from Microsoft Exchange Server to keep personal information organized and updated
  • AT&T Xpress Mail for accessing IMAP and POP3 email (up to 5 accounts) through your mobile device, viewing PDF attachments, and accessing corporate e-mail address books
  • Instant messaging via AOL (AIM), Yahoo!, and Windows Live
  • Java 2.0 support for downloadable applications and games
  • Bluetooth version 2.0 with the following profiles: A2DP (stereo music streaming), AVRC (remote control), HFP (hands-free car kits), HSP (communication headsets), BIP (for sending images to another device), BPP (basic printing profile for text, email), DUN (dial-up networking), FTP (file transfer), HID (support for mice or joysticks), OPP (object push for business cards, calendar items, and pictures), PAN (personal area networking), PBA (transfer contacts), SPP (serial port profile)

Vital Statistics
The LG Incite weighs 4.23 ounces and measures 4.21 x 2.2 x 0.55 inches. Its 1300 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 8.7 hours of talk time, and up to 504 hours (21 days) of standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies.

Powered by Windows Mobile 6.1
Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6.1 offers a number of handy features that make searching through email, editing Microsoft Office documents, and staying on top of your most important communications even easier. Emails can now be viewed in their original rich HTML format and now offer the ability to visit embedded links. It also includes Windows Live for Windows Mobile, which provides a full set of Windows Live services, such as the Windows Live Messenger IM application, which now enables you to chat with more than one person at one time or send a file.

With Windows Mobile 6.1, your phone will finally be able to emulate the power and features of your PC's Microsoft Office suite. You'll be able to neatly view, navigate and edit Word documents and Excel spreadsheets in their original formatting--without affecting tables, images or text--as well as view PowerPoint presentations.

  • Microsoft Office Word Mobile features include spell-check, Find and Replace commands, bulleted lists, text formatting, and support for tables for the first time.
  • With Excel Mobile, you're not just confined to editing charts: with the new Chart Wizard you can create charts quickly and easily.
  • PowerPoint Mobile allows you to view the full presentation, rehearse timings, check the order and any live links you may have in your presentation. You can then email comments back to the team or communicate via MSN Messenger for an immediate response.
  • After creating or editing a Word document or Excel spreadsheet, you can synchronize it with your PC and it will automatically be converted to the PC version.

All Windows Mobile 6.1 powered devices include Direct Push Technology for up-to-date e-mail delivery and automatic synchronization of Outlook calendars, tasks and contacts through Microsoft Exchange Server. It also offers a set of important device security and management features that include the capability to remotely wipe all data from a device should it be lost or stolen, helping ensure that confidential information remains that way.

Features:
  • Business-oriented smartphone with Windows Mobile 6.1 OS, Wi-Fi networking, and 3-inch touchscreen
  • Tri-mode 3G-connectivity; compatible with AT&T Navigator GPS turn-by-turn directions, AT&T Mobile Music, Video Share service, and Mobile Banking
  • 3-megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music streaming; MicroSD expansion to 32 GB; direct push email; access to instant messaging; digital media player
  • Up to 8.7 hours of talk time, up to 504 hours ( 21 days) of standby time
  • What's in the Box: handset, battery, charger, USB cable, getting started guide, quick start guide, CD with user guide

Customer Reviews:

  • I love this phone!!
    This is my first smartphone, and I love it!! I looked at various ones before deciding on the Incite, and I'm happy with my choice.

    I read some of the less than stellar reviews, but they all still seem to say phone has functionality comparable to the iPhone. Let me tell you the big plus over the iPhone... expandable memory. I can add up to a 32gig card into this, while the iPhone makes you choose a phone with built-in memory that cannot be upgraded.

    Many of the complaints seem to be from people who did not take time to learn their phone. One complaint I read was screen size versus the virtual keyboard, there is more than one keyboard available and each have setting controls to customize... issues with the browser not having a side bar, Incite comes with two browsers. The one causing people issues is the MediaNet browser, but the IE browser works like a dream.

    The one thing I did not like was the AT&T Xpress Email client, which allows you to access Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, and other webbased emails. It was glitchy, but the fact is I receive more and better functionality logging into Yahoo's mobile mail directly. I setup Outlook for my regular mail, and had absolutely no problems.

    The iPhone *may* be a better phone ultimately, but when I compared price and functionality, the Incite was a better value. There is nothing additional the iPhone has that makes it worth spending the money on... and the issue with not being able to add memory was a big minus for me.

    This is a phone you will be happy with.

    Update 3/24/09: The issues I was having with the AT&T Xpress Email client turned out to be caused by network maintenance, and not an issue with either the phone or the software. I still think using Yahoo mobile mail is better, but with Xpress Email notices of new emails pop up on the phone and you can sync up with you online contacts....more info
  • Nice try LG, but disappointing phone...
    UPDATE JANUARY 2009: After the experience with my third LG product, the Incite, guess that things have not been great for either LG or ATT with this device since its price was reduced to $118. Well, after the Incite I have been testing some other phones including the Verizon's Blackberry Storm.
    The Storm is a good device but the screen keyboard proved to be erratic and cumbersome having to change from Qwerty to Symbols and to Numbers keyboard. Also, at least here in Seattle, the Internet was extremely slow. I was told that a firmware update will come soon but did not.
    Then I tried the Samsung Omnia from VZN also. It proved to be an average device with all the limitations that Windows Mobile has (as the Incite) and not customizable as other Samsung phones.
    By mid December I tried the ATT's Blackberry Bold and found it a great device, especially for its keyboard and the screen is second to none. My only complaints on the Bold are that contacts cannot be copied into the SIM card and there is some illogical placement of fonts/symbols on the keyboard such as the @, the period (.) and the Numbers (next to the ALT). Entering the numbers 4 and 7 is extremely difficult because their proximity to the ALT key. Nevertheless, the Blackberries e-mail system is unparalleled and plan to keep it as my second phone, mostly because of it's not advertised but amazing multimedia capabilities. And just three days ago received the Nokia E71, which is being tested for a week or so.
    Thus, if you are not aware, when you buy a cell phone from a Carrier, you have between two to four weeks to try it. If you are not satisfied with it, can be returned although the company will charge you a restocking fee of about $25.00. As well, consider buying an unlocked phone and you will not be stuck with a two year contract. These work mostly for ATT, T-Mobile and just saw some for the Sprint network.
    As for Sony's expensive Xperia ($800 or so), looks like still having problems because all places that sell them have backorders.

    POSTED LAST YEAR: I had been waiting almost three months for ATT to get the Samsung Omnia. Last week learned that was given to VZN and being an ATT customer for more than a decade, decided on trying the LG Incite. The unit comes with the controversial Win Mobile 6.1. After three days of use, decided on returning it. Main problems were: Battery did not last more than six hours in standby mode [even with the Bluetooth off]. The unit never synchronized with either of my computers. Neither LG or ATT have firmware or software support to update either [phone or computer]. The keyboards are too small [hard to type even with the stylus] and the accelerometer did not turned the screen the proper way. The connectivity and the speakerphone were great but if I just wanted these two features, will go with an inexpensive phone. Already tested the B-Berry's Storm which was surprisingly slow. Waiting for the Omnia or the Xperia. ...more info
  • Great Smartphone for the price!
    This phone is awesome. If you love PCs and have a good understanding of navigating a PC you will have no problem! This phone is 100$ (after rebate) and you get what you pay for. For 100$ this phone has tons of options.

    Some reviewer said that you could not customize ring tones or text sounds. Well to that I say "You clearly have not spent time getting to know your LG Incite" You can do much more that customize ring tones! You can add lots of Applications from games to Mozilla Fox browser (assuming you have wifi). Its amazing what you get with this phone.

    The SD micro card is a must have. So with that rebate money buy a 4GB at the least! It comes in handy.

    I will say that it does take a little time tweaking to get to your specifications, and I still after having the phone 2 weeks am not quite there yet. I had trouble with the wifi at first. It did not work, but learned to turn off the automatic Proxy Manager, and now it works like a charm.

    Many people who hate this phone have very little patient and believe that after 2 days they should know all there is to the phone. But this isn't a phone... it is a smartphone. Did you know your Vista or XP backwards and forwards after 2 days? 2weeks? No.

    The LG Incite smartphone is a great gadget for its price....more info
  • A Very Good First PDA/Phone
    Wow! The reviews of this item are all love or all hate! I suppose nobody posts a review if they feel just okay about an item. But I thought I'd put something up here that doesn't sound like a press release and also doesn't make this sound like it will give you diseases.

    This is a perfectly good phone/organizer with which you will be perfectly happy if you don't set your standards irrationally high. It's got a load of features and they all work as advertised.

    The major complaints seem to be about it being slow and unresponsive. It runs Windows Mobile 6.1. Slow and unresponsive are hallmarks of the Windows brand, what did you expect? But it is fast enough to make your calls and organize your contacts and play your music, which is what you want this phone for. If you want this phone for too much else, you don't want this phone: you want an iPhone, and you're going to have to pay for an iPhone.

    This is not an iPhone, but it also doesn't cost nearly as much as an iPhone.

    I think a major culprit to the "slow and unresponsive" complaint is the "haptic response." This is a cool idea that has fallen a little behind in the implementation. The idea is that it runs the vibrator a little when you hit a key. Unfortunately, what it does is it hits the vibrator a little *after* you hit the key. This immediate feedback really makes any little lag hit home. If you turn this feature off, you probably won't notice the delay at all: it'll run just like any other of your Windows CE or Windows Mobile devices.

    Also, for a speed boost, try deleting some of the Java game demos and parasite-ware that come on it. If you're not going to pay for the full version of Ms. Pacman or Finance Mobile, wipe them and get that memory back.

    The complaint about the full qwerty keyboard being too big is entirely valid. It is really useless. However, it still has the default Windows Mobile full qwerty keyboard available---which is much smaller---and one of the best handwriting recognition tools in the hand-held device market. (If you're really feeling hackish, try out the Dasher input method!)

    There's a complaint that the interface, beyond the "Today" screen, is standard Windows Mobile fare and requires the silly little stylus fob. True, the stylus fob is really... well... it's gay. (It's gay in that way that homosexual people almost never are, if you must know.) On the other hand, the touch screen (slow as it is) is pretty good at working out where the center of your finger is. I've got big flat sausage fingers, but I can navigate the Windows menus fine and even play the tiny little game of solitaire without the silly little stylus. So the stylus is a non-issue. (And get yourself one of those pen/pencil/stylus combos from any Wallgreen's if it is an issue for you.)

    Someone had a complaint that the registration was off: when you hit the screen with the stylus, the hit registered off on a diagonal. You need to configure your screen. There's a little test they give you where you have to chase a cross around the screen with the stylus. They used to do this on first boot and whenever the OS was reset. Now you have to dig a little to find the program that does this, but it's still there. Under the Start Menu (upper left) hit settings, then hit the "System" tab and hit "Screen." This is a pain, I know, when your screen is badly misaligned (as it will be out of the box), but the thumb-wheel will help you. You need to run through it three times: once for portrait mode and once for each of the landscape modes.

    Here is the absolute coolest part of this phone: Google.

    AT&T has a turn-by-turn GPS map app that they charge you extra to use. But the GPS is built into the phone. If you download Google Maps, it is able to use the GPS data from your phone and track you in real time... for free! (Well, you're still paying for the data package, but you're not paying additional for the map service.) Google Sync also works: for this device, Google pretends to be an Exchange Server and you point Active Sync at m.google.com. This syncs your Google Calendar and GMail Contacts to your phone. (These can by synced to your desktop or laptop with other software.) The mail app has IMAP support, so you can use that to sync to your GMail messages or use the mobile version of GMail in either of the two built-in browsers (IE or Access Whoozit, the AT&T browser.)

    Google Docs all have mobile versions. There's a mobile YouTube app if you don't like the Cingular Video service. Post to your Orkut profile with ease (you have an Orkut profile, right? No? Well, anyway...)

    This phone + Google's mobile apps is really pretty fly!

    Here's the bottom line: if you've played with an iPhone and are looking for an iPhone: get an iPhone. This is not an iPhone.

    If, on the other hand, you're looking for an inexpensive organizer/phone with a fair amount of style (stupid little dangly stylus aside), or if you're upgrading from an older Windows CE device, this is really a solid choice. There's a lot of value here for the money.

    ***UPDATE***
    The too-large full qwerty keyboard that everybody hates? It has a little arrow in the lower right that makes the control bar at the bottom of the screen go away, giving you another line of input. This doesn't always make the difference you hope it would, but it makes the full qwerty usable for text messages in particular and for entering searches in the Google Mobile app (not included)....more info
  • I've owned every generation of PDA/smartphone since 2002
    LG INCITE CT810 Phone, Silver (AT&T)

    I am an early adopter...I've owned every major smartphone OS: Treo 270, Hitachi G1000 (Windows Mobile), multiple Blackberrys (8100, Curve), Treo 650s - and I've upgraded, tinkered with all of them to watch feature length movies, do remote server access behind firewalls, etc...in other words a PDA geek. I was a millimeter away from buying an iPhone in 2008 - when I was talked out of it and into my BB Curve. I have every SW synchronization running on my laptop - Palm OS, BMS, Win Mo 6.1 --- the LG CT810 is by far the smoothest, slickest device I have come across. I migrated my contacts from BB through Outlook, my iTunes converts into Win Mo Mediaplayer, I'll upgrade the data management S/W to utilize the OS/processor interface so it will be even smoother...I don't understand others complaints about this phone. It does have idiosyncrisies...no embedded stylus...landscape typing leaves a small view of text...color vibrancy is not equal to iPhone; however, this device has more connectivity options than an iPhone [HSPDA, UMTS tri-band, Edge, 3G, GPRS, GSM quad-band, satellite connectivity, WiFi + FM radio receiver] ...all of which I tested and am impressed by. Watching CNN, Superbowl commercials and music videos, viewing Facebook in full - For $0.01 - I think I just found true smartphone love....more info
  • Generally Pleased with the Incite
    First - I am a long time Palm Treo user. So when my Treo 650 started showing lots of signs of wear and tear, I started looking around for a replacement. I was hoping to get another Palm OS unit, because of the tons of applications I have built up. However I wanted WiFi on my phone - I didn't want to pay for a PDA data plan with AT&T.

    The Incite came along at a decent price ($49.99) as an equipment only upgrade (allowing me to keep my current plan).

    Pros:
    -Very sharp screen
    -Call quality very good
    -Very clear dialing application
    -Windows Mobile - it works as advertised - pro product out of the box
    -Synchronizes as advertised
    -WiFi works great
    -LG support top notch (helped me with WiFi)
    -Smaller and lighter than my Treo
    -Tons of free and low cost applications available
    -GPS is great - lots of fun Geocaching software out there (most need a WiFi connection, FYI).
    -Camera is better than Treo camera

    Cons
    -Sometimes the SD card isn't recognized. I'm not sure why this happens.
    -Screen is sometimes slow to rotate
    -Input is sometimes difficult without a stylus
    -No stylus silo - idiotic lanyard idea from Krazy Koreans
    -Speaker phone distorts at higher volumes
    -Can't get the blasted thing to sync via bluetooth.
    ...more info
  • It sure is shiny!
    Great organizer, and visually pleasing. That's all this phone has going for it, in my opinion. The Wi-Fi didn't work (on two different Incites), the phone wouldn't synchronize with my PC (on two different Incites), you have to use a stylus for anything you do with this phone (they include one which they expect you to "tether" to the outside corner), you can't change the ringtones for different individual callers or texts, and if you have a problem, this phone is so new that no one at AT...more info
  • A great PDA phone
    This is my fourth PDA phone with Windows Mobile system. After comparing all of phones with WM, I selected this one. Have used it for about one month. It is the exact phone I need and works great.

    Pros: GREAT call quality, Windows Mobile 6.1, lots of free third party applications available online, Wifi, GPS, 3G

    Cons: have not found yet, maybe the screen is not large as iphone....more info
  • LG Incite is a nice phone
    LG INCITE CT810 Phone, Silver (AT&T)
    I purchased this phone a week ago. I didn't pay anything for 2 year contract with ATT for this phone.
    I am 95% satisfied with this phone.
    Pros:
    1)call quality is super.
    2) comes with so much applications. so you can use it almost like a PC.
    3) Keypad is good. no problem . there 4 different type of Mobile phone keypads. all are good.
    4)Browing is so fast and good with 3G network.
    5) Camera and camcoder are good.
    6) Finally the look is awesome.
    7)If you dont want video share service, turn it off before making calls.
    ATT will charge money for using this service.by default this service is on
    8) You can even configure Bluetooth connection to configure your phone to use laptop internet connection.if WiFi does n't work.


    Cons:
    1)90% of the time WiFi did not work. if you are connection thro WiFi, it often reports "connection lost". I always used 3G for browsing. But the Browsing is fast . Since I am hooked with my computer except sleeping time, I dont care about WiFi now. Any you need data plan to use this phone. WiFi is not a bigdeal for me now.
    2)screen response could have been little more faster. it takes 3/4 sec to 1.5 sec to bring up your app or see the letter or # you typed.
    ...more info
  • Good overall.
    Good:
    WiFi
    Free phone
    Win Mobile (mobile office)
    Music player
    upto 32GB microSD card
    pop mail client
    two web browsers

    Bad:
    Slow in response
    full qwerty keyboard takes the whole screen
    touchscreen is very *un*sensitive (sometimes had to press 4-5 times)...more info
  • Lots of features for great price
    I was not looking for smart phone but touch phone (samsung eiternity) & price below 100 bucks was not bad. You get wi-fi and lot more plus support for large size microSD card (up to $16GB)

    It is not everyone because it is not very easy to figure out or let says different from normal phone because windows mobile operating system.

    As software guy I love the features but text size can be large so you can operate everything without stylus. Also they didn't attach stylus with phone which was big NO if you have large figures.

    Call quality, battery life, responsive (not slow at all) and everything else is much better compare to other smart phones. For the price you can't beat this phone.. ...more info
  • by far the best!
    I have had many phones over the year. usually get one each year; mainly because I like new stuff! However< this phone is by far the best out there! I have had the Iphone which did not have the features that I really wanted (ie. video, picture messging, microsoft word, etc) When I saw this phone was to be released I investigated it thoroughly. I am not sure what the other reviewer was speaking o...I have had the phone for a few weeks no and it truly is the next best thing since sliced bread! I have 2 businesses and since getting this phone< i rarely go near my computer! it takes care of all of my email needs (both personal and isuness) i am able to produce and open power point pojects, word document, spreadsheets and more!! also, he wi-fi feature is great! the touchscreen is wonderfl and the slight vibration feature is great! (let's you know the phone has registered your touch) the phone's response time is quick. as ar as the battry..not sure what the other reviewer was speaking of...i am on my phone constantly with voice, email and internet and the batter i the longest lasting around! also the voice astivation feature is great! I can operate my phone via voie and my appointments are spoen to me when i choose to be alerted! how awesome is hat!
    well...i could go on and on about this phone and how wondeful it is, but i actually have to get back to work!...more info