"FAST! 3D! Cheap$! Other than bloatware, it rocks!"5.0 starson by hacked2123
Pros: HSPA+ gets me 4.43Mbs up, and 1.07Mbs down (in my part of Florida)
3D is better than the HTC EVO 3D. (In my opinion and friend's who owned it since launch)
Included games and video's have the ability to highlight optimum 3D output.
HDMI out, and cable inc
Cons: 7 Hours of battery.
No simple way to switch wireless bands, in order to extend battery life (3G/4G switch would have been nice)
AT&T Address Book is default for contact creation...and removing it causes the entire Contact's app to fail.
3D reduces bri
Summary: I used to believe 3D would not catch on, and the 3DS was...(is)...another Nintendo failure. This device is leading me to believe 3D has a future (along with the HMZ-T1)Since Monday, not even a single feeling of discomfort.*
Sure it has Android 2.2.2, and the 3D effect can leave some with headaches, but both of those can be overcome in my opinion. First day, headache. Since Monday, not a single even feeling of discomfort. Android 2.2.2, it works, its fast, and its been tried and test on the device; I can't really call that a negative.
The network speed is seriously fast though, if I could link my screen capture I would. It no lie got faster internet speed over ATT's network than the WIFI connection found in the review. There is a slight lag, but no more than 5 seconds, when running an app for the first time since booting the device (particularly Camera 3D).
The battery life truely sucks. I can't get through one shift without the thing dieing on me, (I've 7 hours today, and its at 20%, pretty sure the first hour it was plugged in too)
Highly recommended for anyone hoping to upgrade, and have a phone that can contend for the next 1 or maybe 2, against the onslaught of ever improving ARM processors, and 3D technology. I feel this will give major leverage to those who want to take their own 3D photos and video's to watch on the new 3D TV or HMZ-T1, with very little additional cost.
Updated on Sep 9, 2011
HSPA+ gets me 4.43Mbs <b>down</b>, and 1.07Mbs <b>up</b> (in my part of Florida)*
(I've be up 7 hours today, and its at 20%, pretty sure the first hour it was plugged in too)*
The network speed is seriously fast though, if only I could link my screen capture.*
Highly recommended for anyone hoping to upgrade, and have a phone that can contend for the next 1 or maybe 2 years, against the onslaught of ever improving ARM processors and 3D technology.*
My ability to write was poor, my apologies.