'We found the most helpful reviews of the Pantech Matrix at PCMag.com and CNET because their scoring systems make it easy to see how a cell phone rates among its competition.'
'This mobile has a speaker phone which is very convenient to make a conference call between three or more people but this option is best suited for business class and officials.'
'Photos were grainy, noisy, and blown-out, but at least they were in focus.'
'your phone might seem geeky, but we can't deny the ease and convenience of calling up tasks by barking out a quick command, rather than going through several layers of menus.'
'The choice was difficult because other than this recurring problem the T-Mobile Dash (upgraded to Windows Mobile Standard v6) had been a near perfect converged handheld device for me.'
'Speakerphone performance is below par.'
'music playback through the unit's speakers was poor.'
'the keys are mushy and have very little travel, none of the satisfying "click" of a BlackBerry key.'
'The Mogul is also known to support microSDHC cards at least up to 4 GB, thus removing the size restrictions that have typically accompanied such small slots.'
'Songs sounded tinny and lacked volume and richness.'
'Lacks camera and stereo Bluetooth'
'some themes including the default theme might make the screen seem dim'
'Battery life rates only as middling when all features are turned on; I had to recharge each day despite only average usage.'
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