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…but he pulled a fast one and nabbed the HTC Mogul for his Sprint account! There are plenty of reasons to like the Mogul, which is the successor to the PPC-6700. The slide-out keyboard is definitely improved and more stable for starters. The antenna nub was […]

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…but he pulled a fast one and nabbed the HTC Mogul for his Sprint account! There are plenty of reasons to like the Mogul, which is the successor to the PPC-6700. The slide-out keyboard is definitely improved and more stable for starters. The antenna nub was amputated and there’s a nice scroll wheel, a feature I love for quickly flipping eBook pages.

Warner provides a very detailed review of his new purchase, so if you don’t have iPhone fever you’ll want to read this. As Warner mentioned his old PPC-6700 several times, I recalled my purchase of the comparable Verizon offering back in early 2006 when I let the readers pick my phone. You all voted for the XV6700 back then and I never regretted that purchase. Based on Warner’s review, I think he picked another winner too.

  1. Thanks for the shout out, Kevin.

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  2. Nice purchase, this is an amazing little TRUE smartphone. I am amazed at the computer functions I can do on this on a daily basis.

    One tip, get DinarSoft’s MemMaid utility, it is well worth the cash.

    Don’t forget that you have the MOST advanced media player/phone out there. Slingbox is amazing to stream you home cable channels/DVR for example.

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  3. Nice review and pretty dead on. One thing that kind of irked me right out of the box was the lack of a remote desktop client. Fortunately, the java support is good enough that tsMobiles worked just fine. Overall, it’s MUCH nicer than my old T-Mobile MDA (when I was with T-Mobile) and, being a heavy user of Slingplayer, making the screen size important, it’s considerably nicer than my old Treo 700wx. Since I signed up with Sprint 3 months ago, I got NO discount and it was pricey, but I’ve played with an iPhone and, as far as I’m concerned, there’s no comparison.

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