Discussion in 'Gear' started by TitanJeff, Jun 12, 2008.
I have the EnV, EnV 2 is ***. I am getting the Voyager in august, cant wait
Mixed reviews on the EnV? I'll probably go with the cheapest which has the longest battery life. I don't need music. Just some texting and GPS ability.
Texting? Get with the times Grandpa. You don't use mobile phones for texting anymore. They are MP3 players and TVs.
You don't even use it to talk...not like back in the old days where a phone was a phone.
It's funny how many people are *****ing about the razor. I must have gotten extremely lucky with mine, because I've had zero problems with it in the two plus years I've had it (and I use my cell way too much... my bill is generally $500+ a month). I can upgrade at any time at this point and get a pretty decent deal, but just haven't been motivated as of yet. I really would like to get something with a little keypad... I'm one of the few people on earth who doesn't use his phone for music. I do like the camera thing though... it can be surprisingly handy.
Just get a $20 phone and an iPod touch... :ha:
A lot of people have software problems with the razrs and moto line. I've never owned one though.
The problem with the razor comes if your clumsy. You drop it or throw it across the room a couple of times its not going to survive. I changed to the sleek (?). Very similar to the razor but not as easily dented... i should have waited a couple of months though. Now they have it in a pretty pink/purple/red/black/blue Can you really get a "bad" phone with all the upgrades and improvements they have these days?
Gotta cosign Senior Gloat. I hate texting, and I just use my phone for calls and music. Juke is nice for that.
I'm too damn clumsy for a Razor, and my girl had an EnV and hated it.
I'm T-Mobile, Nokia 5300. It's the first time that I've really made an effort to not be a Luddite, so it's a gadget. Does everything I want but cook.... I think the new model will have that feature.
I love working with the earbuds in... my employees never know if I'm listening to them or not :ha:
It doesn't have GPS, though... not that I understand why anyone would want it. If you don't know where you are, you probably shouldn't be using such a complicated phone. Besides, living on Maui, my GPS is ALWAYS going to read "20/156".
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