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Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers

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GPS:

More and more customers are turning to their phone for driving directions rather than a separate GPS unit. The Vu, unfortunately, is not compatible with AT&T’s navigator service. The iPhone currently only has Google Maps, though Telenav has announced they intend to bring their services to the iPhone. For now though, users cannot get voice-guided navigation on their device.

GPS - Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers

GPS

The Dare offers VZNavigator, perhaps the worst GPS navigation software you’ll ever use. The program isn’t particularly hard to use, it just isn’t good. The interface is clunky and ported from the red-bar UI, and we often had a scroll bar on the right side indicating that there were more options, but we couldn’t scroll either with the bar or via the normal grab and flick method. Users do get voice-guided turn-by-turn directions however, so it’s a major upgrade from the iPhone.

The Instinct is without a doubt the best mobile GPS experience we’ve had. Telenav is a wonderful program that goes well beyond simple driving directions by letting the user search for nearby businesses, gas prices, Wi-Fi hotspots, ATMs, and anything from tattoo parlors to dry cleaners. To say it was comprehensive is selling it short. While we wish it could go widescreen, the GPS directions look fantastic on the Instinct’s large screen. The coup de grâce is the Instinct’s Speech to Action function, which allows the user to open Live Search with their voice, speak to search for a nearby business and with one click be taken to a navigation session.

Rating: Instinct 5, Dare 4, iPhone 2, Vu 1


Samsung Instinct - Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers
Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers
Apple iPhone - Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers
Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers

Samsung Instinct

 

Apple iPhone

 

LG Dare - GPS Navigation - Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers
LG Dare - GPS Navigation - Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers

LG Dare

GPS Navigation



Performance:

So it’s great that you can watch a movie and download music and get baseball updates on your device, but at the end of the day if it doesn’t perform as a phone than you just have a UMPC, and a rather poor one at that. So, how do the four stack up?

We realize reception will vary greatly around the country, but we live in top 15 metro area and tested the phones where all four phones had strong coverage. Using our seasoned test subject, we were told that the Instinct sounded the best, like a “landline” a “10 of 10.” The iPhone was close behind at a “9.5,” but sounded “a little more hollow.” The Dare was “7 or 6, a little distant and garbled at times.” Rounding out the four was the Vu, which sounded “a little hollow, the worst of the four. It sounds like a cell phone with lots of hum” in the background, especially during moments of silence.

Performance - Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers

Performance

On our end the results were similar. The caller sounded significantly better on the Instinct than any other phone, with the iPhone coming in a relatively close second. The caller sounded distant on both the Vu and Dare; on the former they sounded thin and they sounded hollow on the latter. The Vu was slightly better than the Dare, but both were well behind the sound quality of the Instinct and iPhone.

We had some reception issues with the iPhone. There were several times we were not able to place a call, and it would drop calls from time to time. The signal indicator on the Instinct fluctuated wildly, often jumping from one to six bars, but despite this we never had a problem making or holding a call, and call quality did not suffer.

The iPhone won the battery test at 8:40 of 2G talk time, though that fell short of its claimed 10 hours. The Dare was next, at 6:11 which represents a one third increase over its claimed 4:40. The Vu was third with 5:30 of talk time and the Instinct last at 3:30. However, the Instinct comes with two batteries and a battery only charger, so the phone really never needs to be plugged in.

Rating: Instinct 5, iPhone 4, Dare 3, Vu 2.5


Miscellaneous:

Of course not every feature is going to fall neatly into our previous categories. While the devices aren’t exactly going head-to-head here, they are rated on what they bring to the table. If the phones were potential NFL draftees, these would be their intangibles.

First up is a very tangible number: price. The Instinct is the most affordable phone, at just $129. The 8GB iPhone and Dare are $199, and the Vu and 16GB iPhone ring in at $299. As far as value goes, the Instinct is pretty hard to beat.

Despite its low price, the Instinct includes the most accessories in the box. The user gets a 2GB microSD card, 2 batteries and a battery only charger, USB data cable, stereo headphones, leather pouch, stylus and of course the AC adapter. The iPhone includes stereo headphones and the USB cable, which doubles as the AC charger with the included adapter. The Vu gives the user stereo headphones and the AC adapter, and the Dare simply an AC adapter, though at launch Verizon ran a promotion where new activations set up online received a free 8GB microSD card.

The aforementioned Speech to Action on the Instinct is a logical extension of prior speech recognition programs. It is powered by VoiceSignal, which has long allowed you to open programs with your voice. Opening the camera, for instance, wasn’t all that useful though. Now the user can open relevant items, such as weather, news, sports, movies and most importantly Live Search, in addition to the standard voice dialing services. For those not familiar with Sprint phones, Live Search is a local business search application which allows the user to search via voice, and utilizes the phone’s GPS capabilities to deliver local results.

The Dare and Vu (we seem to be saying this a lot) both feature a more standard voice command program. The iPhone, however, comes up short and does not offer voice command of any sort.

The iPhone’s App Store means that developers can finally take advantage of the platform and bring to market games, applications and business tools for users. We wouldn’t exactly call it open, Sling will testify to that, but it represents a new direction for the iron-fisted Steve Jobs. The Instinct runs on an open Java/BREW platform, and Sprint has created a Developer Program for it, but we have yet to see anything come of it.

Miscellaneous - Touchscreen phone comparison Q3 - U.S. carriers

Miscellaneous

There are iPhone issues galore, and right now the software is quite frankly unstable. We’ve experienced everything from slight menu lag to temporary unresponsiveness to lock-ups and even had some unexpected restarts. On our demo unit the screen shrunk after the first week of use; no longer does the display take up the whole LCD, there are several rows of unused pixels on the left and top sides, a few on the bottom and one or two rows on the right. The view is the same however, it’s not like the pixels are dead, just the view is shrunk. There are countless reports of unstable App performance, MobileMe failures, SIM issues, lost data and more. When it’s working properly it’s great, but right now the iPhone 3G isn’t worth the headaches it is causing.

The Dare and Vu are much more clean-cut. As we covered in the interface section the Dare has some nice UI enhancements, but both phones are paper tigers to some degree. Their spec sheets and feature lists look impressive, and to an extent are, but they lack the experience that the iPhone and Instinct give. It’s cool to use those devices, and the LGs just don’t have “it.”

Rating: Instinct 5, Dare 3, Vu 3, iPhone 2.5

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55

1. (unregistered)


whoever wrote this review is an idiot and an apple fan boy how can a phone get a perfect 5 in almost everycatagorey, no phone is perfect especially not the Iphone. WOW can i get an unbiased review please. this is just rediculus cell phone reporting/reviewing.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 17:18

2. (unregistered)


i have been reading reviews from alot of different sites n everybody has rated the iphone as the best phone out of all touch phones....there is even like 5 youtbe videos that has all the phones ( iphone...instinct...vu...dare...) n all of them says that the iphone is the best...there are only 1 or 2 things that the iphne doesnt have n the things that it does have tops the other phones.....just stop hating and face it...the iphone is the best n no phone can beat it when its hacked

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 18:14

3. (unregistered)


i don like iphone and i don use iphone and i'm a big verizon samsung i760 fan.. but there's one thing i agree.. the iphone is the best touch screen phone out there.. so don be mad at this article #1..

posted on 24 Jul 2008, 00:27

18. (unregistered)


they are not saying it is perfect. they said the top phone in each category would be the standard. that means the top phone got 5 by default. it may have barely beat another phone in a category but it still beat it and got the boost to a 5.

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 13:09

41. (unregistered)


DARE is so much better than the other ones! No questions asked.

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 16:00

54. (unregistered)


i'm not going to get into a fanboy pissing match about the I-phone ruling the world and everything else sucking.... But what i noticed during this review, is when reviewed by itself the Dare was highly reviewed and 95% of the"issues" mentioned in this review were never brought up in the other one I'm not saying the Dare is the best phone in the universe or that the I-phone sucks, it just seems more than a little biased that the Dare is trashed in this review in order to make the I-phone and even the instinct look like much more superior products This lowers my opinion of this site's reviews considerably

posted on 27 Jul 2008, 21:01

95. (unregistered)


and im not saying that the iphone is the best in the world becuase there are some features i world take from the dare the vu n the instinct to make my perfect....to b honest there is no prefect phone it is all in who ownes it.....

posted on 28 Jul 2008, 11:12

103. (unregistered)


I dont think u all read the last page of the review. On a average score rate basis, the instict is the best of the four. Dumbasses learn to read before you start making judgements and all the iphone freaks are stoooopid.lol

posted on 28 Jul 2008, 13:31

107. lessthanzach1 (unregistered)


This review is a wonderful way to market the cruddy INSTINCT. We have the verizon GLYDE by samsung and if that screen is anything like the INSTINCT's then it is indeed no comparison to the lg or iphone touchscreens. This review sucks.

posted on 28 Jul 2008, 21:37

117. (unregistered)


the glyde and instinct use completely different screen technologies. glad you based your opinion of the review off of your ignorance.

posted on 07 Aug 2008, 22:33

151. (unregistered)


Ok, because VZW has a crappy phone from Samsung, then this review sucks. Makes a lot of sense. How about you at least check the Instinct out before you spout idiotic comments. If you did, you would see there's no comparison between the two.

posted on 17 Dec 2008, 15:36

173. soundofclocks (Posts: 1; Member since: 17 Dec 2008)


Actually, the person who wrote this article is an idiot b/c the Dare is the ONLY one of the 4 phones that uses a resistive screen. The iPhone, Instinct, and Vu ALL use capacitive screens. Try using a stylus on any of the phones but a Dare and see if it works.

posted on 24 Dec 2008, 15:29

174. SellPhones82 (Posts: 473; Member since: 11 Dec 2008)


The Instinct comes with a stylus and it works on it...only the iPhone has a capacitive touchscreen of the four phones.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 18:23

4. (unregistered)


this review is hilarious. this same site gives the iPhone 3G a rating of 8 and the LG Dare a rating of 9 in their individual phone reviews. Yet, when they compare the two, the Dare scores below a 3 out of 5 in most categories??? That doesn't make any sense.

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 08:53

27. (unregistered)


indeed. my thoughts exactly...

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 10:58

36. (unregistered)


Cause the dare sucks

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 13:10

42. (unregistered)


iphone sucks! DARE kicks everyones A@@ BEST PHONE hands down :-)

posted on 26 Jul 2008, 20:57

75. a1016neo (unregistered)


BYE BYE TROLL! STOP POSTING THIS GARBAGE ALL AROUND PHONE ARENA! I will look into a Dare once it gets a proper browser & E-mail, multimedia, 3rd party apps, and exchange support....

posted on 28 Jul 2008, 03:52

98. LessthanZach (Posts: 106; Member since: 29 Apr 2008)


its not a pda you moron, so I suppose you wont be looking into it...

posted on 30 Jul 2008, 04:47

132. (unregistered)


they gave it a 9 out of 10 in their review. That's usually a good score

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 18:52

5. (unregistered)


Why did the iPhone always comes out on top in these sites? It's because all these so called news blogs are AMERICAN websites. They will hype up American junk more than Asian excellence. These stupid Americans lost out in the auto industry with their sub par build quality so now the only thing they have is the iPhone. Apple is the one American company they think will save them from their reputation of mediocrity. It's so sad really.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 19:29

6. (unregistered)


The iphone was built in California... but manufactured in "el Asian Excellence of China", where nearly all the cheap crap in America comes from. YAY!!!! This site is full of Verizon Wireless fanbois' and Verizon Wireless Employees, iPhone Reigns supreme.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 20:47

7. (unregistered)


So you are saying that Americans are so inept that they can't even make their own junk? They have to use slave labor? Where do you Americans get your money to buy your horrible Iphones, Starbuck's, Big Macs and gas guzzling SUVs? Can't be from selling your houses. Oh that's right, the credit card companies.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 20:51

9. (unregistered)


As Jeremy Clarkson said, "California, the land of fake teeth, plastic breasts and plastic houses" "Built in California...but manufactured in..China"

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 20:52

10. (unregistered)


Just another example of American education.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 22:30

14. motoman117 (Posts: 15; Member since: 22 Jun 2008)


you guys are so pathetic. get over yourselves. the first comment is just a moron. You see, if you were SMART, and you did RESEARCH you would see that American cars actually DONT have sub par quality. but no, all you morons go out and buy your priuses....the hidious, expensive, japenese prius. When guess what, the saturn aura hybrid costs $10,000 less and gets same fuel economy. Saying that this review is biased is just crap. I hate the iphone, have posted it many times, but the fact is, its the best touchscreen phone on the market! Hey man, which would you have picked to win the comparison. Jeez, get real. I hate apple, and the phone is way overhyped, but is still good. Of course, you throw in a touch diamond and Xperia X1...hehe, forget it. What are you anyway, french?

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 23:20

16. (unregistered)


Hey #14 you need to do some research on cars. The prius base price is 3000 less than the aura hybrid, and the prius can get nearly 50mpg in the city, the aura will be lucky if it can get over 30 on the highway. lol always good to have your facts straight before you make a big post like that. Oh and btw im american and i have a japanese car so i must be a moron. Anyway, ill agree that the iphone is prolly still the best touchscreen phone, but that doesnt mean i like it :D

posted on 24 Jul 2008, 02:17

23. (unregistered)


#14 - about the cars ... american cars are way too huge on fuel consumption u cant ever compare it with a european car or a japaneese... america is the most poluting country in the world big cars, big engines, big fuel consumption, low performance i hate american cars... i dont have anything with american people but the cars.......... it makes no sense

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 10:05

31. (unregistered)


ya good luck getting your iphone 3 g to work.... i have 3g service everywhere i go east west north south you get here and there its sad really, i have an ipod touch that has everything an iphone has and it still runs better...

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 10:42

34. (unregistered)


ya number 23 america isnt the most polluted country its asia...i mean they have to shut down half the city over there when the olyimpics are goin so people with asthma can actually compete haha they def didnt do that over here

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 13:11

43. (unregistered)


I am AMERICAN and I have to say that AMERICAN products SUCK big time including iphone!!!

posted on 27 Jul 2008, 20:01

92. (unregistered)


Ummm, #1, actually look at the overall charge, Instinct gets more 5s than iPhone 3G did... I have an iPhone 3g and an Instinct and both does really well. iPhone is definetely the best ATT phone right now (comparing all the touch screen ones), and iPhone is definetely the best multimedia phone in the market right now (compared to all phones from all networks that does video/music), that's a no question about it. If you have still contract with Sprint, Instinct would be the best phone for the network. Dare is probably the best for Verizon but it really falls short even comparing it to Instinct (I had the chance to play with it for more than 5 hours). Before you put down a phone and it's feature, go and really play with it with unbias mentality. I'm no Apple fan but I think iPhone does what it promises to do (even my battery, 3g works better than my Tilt, Blackjack, Razr phones)

posted on 29 Jul 2008, 13:14

126. (unregistered)


The Instinct won this review. It had the best average score of the four.

posted on 29 Jul 2008, 20:27

130. bornlikethis38 (unregistered)


Product quality varies between items and companies not countries. I love my Saturn. I'm not prejudice against foreign cars. Why does poor fuel economy matter so much in the over all quality of the car. American automobile companies choose to make cars with less fuel economy. I'm sure the business have good reasons. Just be patient with them. Fuel economy only becomes an issue when oil prices are high. The thing that does matter between cars would be the reliability, and in my studies they aren't very far apart, Tho foreign cars with the exception of a few companies and some american companies are excellent in reliability. But don't go insulting them. If you have ever taken a business class you should understand to be patient with business.

posted on 30 Jul 2008, 04:58

133. (unregistered)


hey 34, Asia isn't a country.

posted on 01 Aug 2008, 03:22

143. (unregistered)


Everything else that's not U.S. is just another country so get over it :)

posted on 29 Aug 2008, 15:28

163. (unregistered)


"america is the most poluting country in the world" Wow. You're dumb. America has the highest standards in the world for pollution and safety, hence the reason why we don't get a lot of the fancy european and asian cars. They other countries get better feul economy because the cars don't have to carry around so much more weight from safety and emmissions equipment. Why don't you check out the pollution from China or India sometime and then say that America's is still the worst.

posted on 18 Oct 2008, 19:19

168. (unregistered)


I know!!! When is the last time America came up with ANYTHING?? All america has ever brought to the world is airplanes. Autos. Fiat currency. The stock market. Computers. The internet. Rock, jazz and hip hop. Gee...it actually seems like maybe America is actually innovative. So go ahead and continue to bash America with your thinly veiled jealousy. The funny thing is, we buy imports because we can appreciate quality wherever it is from. Pity you can't do the same. And for the record you can bash SUVs Big Macs and Starbucks all you want. They're waning in popularity here and growing everywhere else...wonder what that means??? Perhaps you should let go of your dichotomous thinking and realize that people are the same everywhere. America is a giant social experiment and almost everyone was invited. To hate a people for what leaders do is ignorant and shortsighted...and is this phone forum??? That being said: iPhone is great! Apple is an innovative and great company. The Instinct is a great phone too. I personally like Sprint because the fundamentals of the company are digital consistency. It's built on a strong network. It's just too bad that 1 man took the helm and crashed the plane into the mountain. And got several million dollars doing so. Gary Foresee practically ruined a great company with his megalomaniac ineptitude. Perhaps Dan Hesse will be able to restore the company to its former strength. The Instinct is a step in the right direction. And if anyone on this page knows how to read the Instinct rated highest. And also, condemning Americans for liking our 2 top choices for phones is ridiculous. Try building a network like Japan has on the footprint of America. The telecom industry has done very well considering all of the conditions placed upon them such as 911. Not 9/11, 911.

posted on 18 Oct 2008, 19:24

169. (unregistered)


Its because we like personal space. It's really that simple. If ANY country came out with a car that looked sexy, had power, lots of room, and had good gas mileage we would buy them by the millions.

posted on 02 Dec 2008, 16:32

172. sgdhgsdgc (unregistered)


actually its because we are to lazy to make our own products

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 20:49

8. G. Clooney (unregistered)


Oh my God! Is this a phone head to head comparison? Why there was not a comparison category for sound quality?, signal reception?, Network? battery? Isnt those things the most important thing of a phone? Let me guess, the iphone is the worst of all those categorys so thats why it wasnt put. This comparison is like reviewing mp3 players only in categorys like, UI, internet browsing and video features.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 23:16

15. (unregistered)


i think the Dare would be rated higher if they compared those categories. Signal Strength is very good. Verizon Wireless (Best). Sound Quality and Battery life, iono.

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 16:09

55. (unregistered)


huh... nice catch, i thought this review was pretty biased before, then i realized they skipped over everything that matters on the phone..being able to use the phone i like the I-phone, it's a cool phone, but this peice must've been sponsored by Apple because the Dare & Instinct got shafted the vu got what it deserved though

posted on 27 Jul 2008, 20:04

93. (unregistered)


if you ever used ATT's 3G phones, you would know that majority of 3G Touchscreen PDF phone's battery sucks, other than the HTC 8525, the Tilt's battery and network quality is worsen than the iPhone 3G. So, if you have been using these equipment for long, you would know iPhone 3G isn't that bad at all... You gotta change your mentality when you are using a better technology. As mentioned, I have the Instinct and the iPhone both are pretty good and if you do look at the final average ratings, Instinct beats iPhone. So there isn't any bias toward iPhone... learn to read people.

posted on 30 Jul 2008, 15:34

136. G. Clooney (unregistered)


The problem with the iphone battery is not battery life, is replacement...

posted on 06 Oct 2008, 19:46

165. (unregistered)


RE: Why there was not a comparison category for ... battery? A: There was a battery life comparison at least for talk time... after all... it is a phone 1st. (Yes, more info such as standby/video/music time would be nice.) B.J.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 21:06

11. The Administrator (unregistered)


While I do think this review is accurate, I think PhoneArena needs to do a way better job in terms of their reviews. Most of them are incredibly bias, especially towards Nokia and Apple: and this pretty apparent. The phone's individual subscores need work too... like the Dior scores are very inaccurate. My head just shakes with most PhoneArena reviews...

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 21:52

12. (unregistered)


Oh and don't forget the anti-verizon bias. While I'm no verizon fanboy, they are the only carrier that has decent service where I live. I'd buy an iPhone in an instant if it was on Verizon. But yeah, I'll never trust Phone Arenas reviews. I'm just here for cell phone news. :P

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 23:59

17. (unregistered)


You just helped me make up my mind to remove this site from my bookmarks. I have several phone blogs and wanted to clean a few site that were dead weight...thanks

posted on 29 Jul 2008, 22:29

131. (unregistered)


yea this site is so incorrect im not hatting on any phone i think the i phone is cool but i dont like att and dont think it is the best so im with verizon and i on a dare and it is amazing it has way more feature then this site tells u and the music crap is wrong it is only jumble if u just drag and drop it to the memory card on the phone if u use v cast it work like a charm puting it in alphabetical order and every set just right. if there going to do test they need to do them right and explore every aspect of the phone and tell us from there.

posted on 23 Jul 2008, 22:20

13. TNT (unregistered)


I have VZ but Ill admit the iPhone is supreme. Regardless of the missing features (which hasn't stopped millions of people from buying it), it truly has set the standard for any touch screen phone. I wish it were offerd on the network. . .

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 13:34

49. (unregistered)


ha ha it's called DARE!

posted on 24 Jul 2008, 00:51

19. Bornlikethis38 (unregistered)


the dare and vu had better photos than iphone and instinct. iphone has boring user interface because you can't put a photo on the main screen. I guess i just like pretty things, maybe I'm simply a traditional guy that likes his backgrounds to say something about his personality. I like the Dares interface cuz it looks kick as* and new. I can agree with the touch screen section, i had never learned about that technology before. I do think that the person who wrote this article is an apple fan and mostly likely uses an iphone so he uses that on a daily bases resulting in a uncomfortable learning curve for the other three phones. Making him enjoy them much less. just think of the beating a poor windows mobile pro phone would have taken from this apple fan. And to the naive iphone children out there: to say the iphone is the "best" is illogical. Each phone serves as a favorite to another who requires that choice phone meet their perspective needs. iphone has only caught one due to the success of the ipod and the cult pack of Charles Manson like followers. People always want to be liked so they experience what another individual has discovered and together as a unit of strength denounce competitors. be fair and logical. I welcome any response to this comment at: "trabbitt1991@yahoo.com"

posted on 24 Jul 2008, 01:49

20. (unregistered)


I agree completely with you. I just want to see this head to head redone once the Touch diamond comes to VZW.

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 03:07

26. michias (unregistered)


"iphone has boring user interface because you can't put a photo on the main screen" Do you mean as wallpaper? If so you are wrong; you can and it is quite easy to do -- but you have to either take some pics from the iPhone or "sync" them on with iTunes on the computer (a Mac anyway; I imagine you can also with Windows but I haven't tried}.

posted on 25 Jul 2008, 13:26

45. (unregistered)


The Touch Diamond is coming to VZW? As muh as I have Verizon they have the network. WHEN!!?!!?????!!?!!??

posted on 26 Jul 2008, 21:00

76. a1016neo (unregistered)


iphone interface is boring??? The iphone is known for it's superior UI over other phones and sadly nothing is even close with the Ui of the iphone...

posted on 28 Jul 2008, 21:09

115. bornlikethis38 (unregistered)


Dude. I'm talking about the style, not the ease to use it. Actually i hate the way I have to Navigate the software to use it quickly and efficiently. To me any user interface is easy to use. The learning curve is what counts. Spend enough time with any phone and you will be an expert on using it. And everyone today wants there demands met immediately and are not patient enough adjust to a learning curve. They sacrifice the attributes of a phone that can better suite their lifestyle for user ability. and i still stand by the psycho-analysis that most people, especially adolescences and young adults, want what others rave about.

posted on 28 Jul 2008, 21:11

116. bornlikethis38 (unregistered)


I tried doing it on too separate occasions and I couldn't do it. thanks for informing me. I guess I was wrong.

posted on 28 Jul 2008, 21:43

120. bornlikethis38 (unregistered)


Can I just complain about something? iPhone: 9.Limited application store. I have nothin on this one. 8.No haptic feedback. It would be a nice touch but the the more efficient touchscreen technology makes up for it. Even though I have been hearing about a lot of iPhones freezing and the touchscreen malfunctioning. 7. No video recording?! Wow. Video is so much fun to record. Cell phones are supposed to make life fun as well as make calls. 6. Can't stream to a bluetooth stereo headset to listen to music. Music people would really find this useful. 5.No voice dialing. I wouldn't use it, but know a lot of people who use it with nearly every call. Missing this feature is really important. 4.No cut and paste. Now come on! My Samsung Sync lets me cut and paste. This is the kind of feature that is extremely useful for anyone and everyone 3.Can not use as modem. Useful for only a certain type of people. Not important. 2.No multimedia messaging. What!!! On the best multimedia phone ever! I don't believe it! But it's true. I'm use apple fans are irritated because they keep hearing about this fault. This kind of feature is so useful and fun to use. It really is a major dive in usefulness of this phone for most people. Even if I was an apple worshiping extremist this alone would drive me away. And don't go telling me you can just send it in an email because that would be part of data plan. Which so many people just can't afford to tax onto their already high priced plan and 200 dollar phone. But unlimited txting plans are only at 10-25 dollars. Much more economic. 1.Locked. I don't believe in locking a GSM phone with a SIM card. It's unethical and cruel. But its not really a big deal if your happy with AT@T. To view the video I got these from from is top hater choices from is on CNETTV.COM

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