"Cnet's Complaints Are Obsolete."4.5 starson by Mandre24
Pros: -Sleek, Intuitive Design
- 3.2 Mega Pixel Camera
- Vibrant Display
- Android App Store
- Call and Multimedia Performance is Flawless
- Completely Customizable Interface, "100% You"
Cons: - No 3.5 millimeter head phone jack :*(
- No multi-touch web browsing experience.
Summary: Let me start off by saying almost all of the complaints CNET had with the phone were true, when the device first came out. However, now that there are over 8,000 apps in the Android app store, those caveats are completely obsolete. For example, "no camera editing options." There's a multitude of apps for camera editing that are free of charge, like "Pic Paint." Another example is, according to Cnet, "Virtual keyboard flaws." Like I stated previously, there's many apps to help correct it. Needless to say, with all of the other pro's, the phone is definitely a high powered, user friendly, top notch device.
Now, unfortunately, the phone does have a few problems, like every other phone on the market. HTC; due to the many complaints from the G1 about not having a 3.5 mm head phone jack, why would you ever release the Mytouch without one? Thats one flaw the app store can't fix. My last disappointment with the Tmobile Mytouch is that for a phone made by Google, and is advertised as a supreme web-browsing device, it doesn't come loaded with multi-touch web browsing. The browser is fine the way it is of course, but it would have been nice to get a real web-browsing experience.