Sharp FX Review

The Sharp FX for AT&T is a QWERTY device manufactured by the same company that built the Sidekick. Being in the mid-range market, the handset employs a touchscreen with a full QWERTY – but does it have enough appeal to bring back classic Sidekick users?...
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6. Yakkers unregistered

Well, I got this phone like.. 3 months ago and i don't know what the other people are talking about, i absolutely love this phone!

5. ashleywillamson unregistered

this phone sucks

4. robertgilbert.previous owner unregistered

i previously own this phone and it did not impreese me. i had it for 3 monthes and the sound stop working. and it had many other glitches. i searched about this phone and relized many other previous customers had the same problems as i. since SHARP does not make many cell phone, i assume that that is the reason their phones are terrible. i advise people not to purchase this phone

3. tps24 unregistered

Not the type of device I'd buy.

2. kitsuneguy unregistered

When the phone is in conversation messaging format, is there anyway to change the colors from blue and pink to anything else?

1. AladdinSane

Posts: 12; Member since: Jul 10, 2010

This device is a DEFINITE misfire for AT&T... Peace...
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