Pros Love everything about it. Better than my previous Blackberry and Droid. Design, everything, fantastic.
Cons I wish my Outlook account would sync! ( really weird, seeing as it is a WINDOWS phone!) It might be something that I am doing.
Summary I love this phone! I just got it two weeks ago and I have minimum issues with it. My sister got the phone first after trading her Droid Eris for the HTC Trophy with my Mom (it was too confusing for my mom) and I decided to get it after playing around with it. The call quality is good. The interface, fantastic! I love the fact that it connects all my social medias and allows me to make a "one-stop shop" when posting new status updates. It has all of my email accounts linked. The only problem that I had with it, and it may be just me, is it won't sync one of my work email accounts which is a Microsoft Outlook Web App account. I looked online and it should have synced. But I can easily pull it up through my browser so no biggie! I recently beat out one of my coworkers in a speed test. He has an iphone 4s! ha! Overall, I love this phone. It definitely suits me, being a college student (Mass Comm/Creative Writing), having four jobs and an administrator of three different organizations. It's definitely a phone for the busy!
Pros Superior business smartphone when connected to Exchange 2010. Trophy is the best dual capabilities smartphone for business and leisure. Great sound system, super fast IE9 browsing, and Local Scout is amazing. So many more fantastic features
Cons absolutely none
Summary The Trophy with Windows Phone 7.5 has everything that you would need on a Smartphone. I use it mostly for business connected to Exchange 2010 which makes it the best dual capabilities smartphone for business and leisure. The sound system is amazing and the pictures are sharp and clean. Having native Lync and SharePoint is a HUGE advantage over the clunky droid and iphone. Calls on Trophy are crisp and clear and never dropped calls. Battery last a reasonable time for Smartphones and browsing the internet with IE9 is lightning fast. The People hub is amazing and easy to add contacts or groups. Local Scout is really a nice feature. It quickly finds ALL the restaurants, shops and other places of interest in our city and when we travel. There are so many other nice features with this phone. We liked the phone so much that my wife bought a Trophy as well. She loves it and uses it also as a dual purpose Smartphone. We would highly recommend the Trophy to anyone that wants to replace their droid or iphone. Or even as a first time Smartphone buyer.
Pros Smooth interface, excellent gaming, very nice build quality, xbox live gaming interface, accepts my older Touch Pro2 battery.
Cons Whats with the You Tube video quality, battery lseemed to be a bit weak (purchased the bigger battery and solved that problem right away)
Summary I had the older windows mobile 6.5 with a touch pro 2 and upgraded to this phone. Wow was this a huge step for Microsoft. I recently purchased the HP Slate and got rid of it because it just did not fit into my schedule. Now, if the slate had this user interface it would have been my favorites. The Windows phone 7 UI is just amazing and the 1ghz snapdragon processor is quick. This is the first device that I can not complain about not being able to upgrade the memory. There seems to be more than enough memory available. I have had this device for a week so far and I am just amazed with its performance. Although, the battery could have been a bit better out of the gate it is not all that bad for regualr use. I believe I get at least a day and the following morning out of the battery when used as a phone and some minor feaures. However, if you use the device heavily, which I tend to do now that it is 10 times more fun to use than the previous version, it will last about your average work hours. I do wish the screen was a tad bit bigger, as I think I can do much more with this device than I could with my old Touch Pro2. Also, its integrated Sky drive and also the new office 365 should serve as a means to do work on the go withou opening my laptop is going to prove to be extremely useful. Also as long as I have been a verizon carrier, they have never been the one to market ms phones at all. A matter of fact, whenever I purchase a windows phone from verizon, they rarely have the windows phone out on display. They are usally in a forest of all other phones. Also, what is with you tube video quality. I go better video quality from my much slower touch pro2 than this device and I know its not the Trophy because, the video quality from NetFlix is awesome, so whats the deal. Last and not least the 7.5 upgrade is going to be awesome can't wait.
I definitley recommend this phone, and hope that it triggers some serious competition, now MS lets get cracken on the tablet os :)
Pros 1.Good, solid feel to it. Doesn't seem to take scratches.
Cons 1.Wish battery life was a bit better
Summary Really enjoying the WP7 user experience. And I thing the Mango update is going to really make this phone a joy to own.
I'm not a gamer, but I have found that I really enjoy playing games on this phone.
Current applications of choice are 1t, 4th & Mayor, Amazon Kindle, AP Mobile, Cocktail Flow, Evernote, Facebook, Foodspotting, IMDB, Key Ring, Netflix, Poynt, Relaxer, theWord, Twitter, USA Today, The Weather Channel, & WPCentral.
Games: Bejeweled, Fable: Coin Golf, Flowerz, Fruit Ninja, Hydro Thunder GO, Need for Speed: Undercover, Plants vs. Aliens, Rise of Glory, & Sonic 4.
Pros Speed (beat out friend's iPhone in internet searches and YouTube video loading)
Ease of use, organization, integrated hubs
Cons Battery decent but could be better
No sync with Outlook except via Windows Live (or Exchange server)
Summary Love love love WP7. Sooo many positives and so few negatives. Possible improvements... wouldn't mind seeing voice-to-text, speed dial (added to the already present voice dial), and multi-tasking... I understand some of these may be in the Mango update. On one hand I've really warmed up to automatic sync via Windows Live and really dig it; on the other hand Live doesn't have all the capabilities that Outlook has so I am still adjusting. Overall I highly recommend this phone and would definitely go with Windows Phone over iOS and Android.