You won't get a top-tier display or camera, but it's a good value.
It's a contract-free device with a decent set of features.
It's a great phone, but I expected more innovation.
New software meets the old keyboard you loved.
BlackBerry fixed a lot of the problems that plagued its old devices, but the poor battery is an issue.
Great hardware at an affordable price -- you won't find a better bang for the buck.
It's basically the Lumia 820 for T-Mobile -- all-around a fine option if you're willing to give Windows a try.
The rugged shell and walkie-talkie service make it ideal for outdoorsy types and fleet workers.
Despite its name, it's not very advanced. Sure, it's durable, but unless you need a device to stand the abuse, you can do better.
For the price, you won't find a better camera -- but reliability on the other hand...
If you need a keyboard, it's okay. Otherwise, you can do better.
The big and vibrant screen, coupled with 4G and Jelly Bean, make it a leading Android contender.
For the outdoorsman or construction worker that needs a touch of Android.
It won't make you James Bond, but it's definitely stylish, albeit a bit outdated.
It's a funky mix of mediocre features and a few standout options wrapped in a dull design.
If you love Android, this is the phone to get -- Jelly Bean is fantastic and best of all, it's affordable.
It's good for calling, texting... and not much more.
A blazing quad-core chip and a top-notch display make it one of LG's best smartphones yet.
It has features of its higher-end siblings, but you'll wish you'd spent a little more for the X or X+.
Chock full of feature, but limited memory and the lack of a microSD slot is a problem.
It's a cheaper alternative to the 8X, but the Lumia 820 is a better mid-tier Windows phone.
It's packed full of features and one of the best Windows devices to date.
If you hate running out of power before dinner, look no further -- your dream phone is here.
If the large size doesn't bother you, it's a fantastic combination of power and performance.