'Put simply, its magnificent list of specs reads as though it was scribbled on a napkin after a merry band of gadget nerds got tipsy at the watering hole and started riffing about their idea of the ultimate mobile device: a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch WVGA display, 8 megapixel camera with 720p video recording, HDMI-out, and WiMAX compatibility. '
'The overall interface is excellent, easily one of the most user-friendly of all the Android phones we've laid hands on.'
'It's official: Sprint's first WiMax/ 4G phone is everything we hoped it would be.'
'The phone isn’t perfect, and neither are all of the features that give it bragging rights, but it’s hard to find things to DISLIKE about the EVO 4G.'
'The Touch Dual's 400-MHz Qualcomm MSM7200 CPU is powerful enough to run Windows Mobile at a decent clip, though on occasion I still had to wait several seconds with frozen dialog boxes on the screen.'
'The original Touch model had it on the bottom edge which was way more convenient, especially when you had the phone inside the case - the new solution doesn't allow plugging in headset in such a situation due to the unusual slot location.'
'it revealed the elegant image of the modern PocketPC'
'The phone and headset managed a range of 20 feet which is average among phones.'
'While the BlackBerry "Pearl" 8100 -- available from T-Mobile for $349.99 or Cingular for $399.99 ($199.99, with the usual contract stipulations from both) -- makes a noble effort to implement the BlackBerry service including a QWERTY keypad, camera, and music and video playback into a device about the size of a business card holder, finding, programming, and operating both simple and advanced functions can be headache- inducing.'
'Unfortunately, the Cingular 8100 series is clunky and heavy,'