"Amazing phone for the crowd its intended for"4.5 starson by nisnapp
Pros: With the new Bluetooth technology added as well as a megapixel camera, the SK3 is paving the way for the up and coming generation.
Cons: No video playback and low screen resolution keep it from being everything it could be.
Summary: The Sidekick III is several steps up from the lineage of Sidekicks that it has come from. Adding the Bluetooth technology has greatly improved the connectivity. It also features a better keypad as well as a new track ball for navigation. While the screen may leave some things to be desired, it works well. Email, texting, IMing and websurfing are much faster with the addition of the T-Mobile Sidekick Data Service.
There seems to be some confusion as to who this phone is for. I'm not quite sure why business people think that every smart phone is made for them. This phone was NOT made for the business crowd. And Danger seems to want it that way. The OS does not have that "professional" look to it that some other handhelds do. This phone is made for the hip crowd who demand style, sophistication, and the ability to organized their life from their mobile phone.
Looking for attachment opening features or modem teathering? Go get a Blackberry. This phone should really be advertised for people in the know, and all others need not apply.
All in all, if you are looking for a PalmPilot on your phone, go get the sub par Treo. Looking for a stylish, user-friendly phone that does everything a socialite needs and wants, go invest in the new Sidekick III.