"IMO the best pda phone package."4.0 starson by dfmcse
Pros: Battery Life, one hand operation, 3G, camera has a flash, no stylus, did I say battery life. When you are mobile you can still operate the phone.
Cons: No Wi-Fi, No scroll ball or wheel. I'd like a better battery level indicator.
Summary: I use to have a Blackberry 8700c with AT&T. My Company is committed to Motorola Good and I've been told we are going to get rid of our BES server. So, reluctantly I started looking for the best NONE Blackberry and I know some folks who have Tilts so I asked about them and they gave rave reviews. But then I asked, how long does the battery last and I got ridiculous responses like 4 to 6 hours. . . I also asked them to perform some functions on the phone and everything required 2 hands that they did or they started using the stylus. I read the reviews about the Q and I found that the users liked it and tended to rate it higher than the Tilt. I spoke to a couple of users who had the Q but they really weren't full users, but they raved about battery life and functionality.
I'm using Good from morning to night, the interface is more involved than my 8700c but it is functional and easy to get used to. I think there are some additional capabilities I'll start using, when I have time. I can drive down the road and one thumb can operate the phone (yes I do it and so do you). I can go for 2 to 3 days without charging (I use the extended battery that comes with the phone).
SOLID device for those of us who work for a living.
If you have a Good Server and not a BES the best option.
Best none Blackberry out there that I can tell.