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Samsung Alias SCH-u740 Review

  • Dual band (800/1900) EV-DO network compatibility;…
  • Crowded and confusing keypad; not AAC music file…
Our Score 6.5
User Score 8

Jitterbug Dial Review

  • Simple to use; uncluttered handset; large and…
  • Expensive; cannot change speakerphone support;…
Our Score 8.5
User Score 4

Nokia 5300 Review

  • Tri-band (900/1800/1900); WMA
  • AAC
  • MP3 music player; 12-hour music playback; stero…
  • MicroSD slot under battery cover; not PlaysForSure…
Our Score 7.5
User Score 6

Samsung SCH-u620 Review

  • V CAST Mobile TV and Music; 2-inch LCD screen;…
  • Short TV battery time; no Bluetooth stereo for TV;…
Our Score 7.5
User Score 7

Sanyo M1 Review

  • Built-in 1 GB flash memory; MP3 player; external…
  • Complicated music operation; no external memory…
Our Score 6.5
User Score 5

LG VX9400 Review

  • V CAST Mobile TV & Music; 2.2" swivel T-bar…
  • Awkward screen position for phone calls; arbitrary…
Our Score 9
User Score 8

Palm Treo 750 Review

  • Quad-band world compatibility; MS Direct &MS…
  • Complicated operation; tightly packed keyboard; no…
Our Score 6
User Score 4

Sony Ericsson K790a Review

  • World connectivity; 3.2 MP camera w/ Carl Zeiss…
  • Candybar body style; no separate "end" or "send"…
Our Score 8.5
User Score 5

Editor Phone Reviews

Picking a new phone can be confusing and overwhelming and, if you're on a standard wireless plan, you're going to be doing it every two years or so. The answer to the question "What phone should I buy" depends on your carrier, the operating system you prefer, and the app and content ecosystem you're most tied into. Rather than ask you a bunch of crazy questions, we organize our reviews to address the big ones and break down the details that will matter. Don't understand why dual-core phones might be better quad-cores, what LTE is, or why Android phones all have such different interfaces? Don't worry about it; we get paid for this stuff. We'll explain it.

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