1. AndroidXTC's Avatar
    Well we all knew that didn't we? Said Charge was a good name for it because that's where its going to spend most of its time!!!
    05-12-2011 01:23 PM
  2. Xharakov's Avatar
    Well we all knew that didn't we? Said Charge was a good name for it because that's where its going to spend most of its time!!!
    I could have said that about my TBolt the first week or two...
    05-12-2011 01:30 PM
  3. socal's Avatar
    Samsung Charge Phone Review | PCWorld

    "Since the Charge is the second LTE phone to hit the market in the United States, however, it must be measured against the first LTE phone, the ThunderBolt. And here the Charge comes up short. The ThunderBolts display may not look quite as beautiful as the Charges, but its connection speeds are the same or a little faster, its battery appears to be a little better, its physical design is smaller and more elegant, and its user interface provides a more orderly and pleasing environment to work in. In short, if I were choosing between the two Verizon LTE phones, I could choose the one that costs $50 less and still walk out with the better of the two phones."
    05-12-2011 01:32 PM
  4. SoDev's Avatar
    No chance I'd rather have a Charge over a Thunderbolt. I loves me Bolt.
    05-12-2011 01:34 PM
  5. Air Force One's Avatar
    My real problem with the Charge is that Samsung beat it with an ugly stick.

    In this day, no modern mobile device should look like that. It reminds me of the way some BlackBerries looked before they started the redesign with the Pearl, Curve, et al
    05-12-2011 01:43 PM
  6. Rem's Avatar
    My real problem with the Charge is that Samsung beat it with an ugly stick.

    In this day, no modern mobile device should look like that. It reminds me of the way some BlackBerries looked before they started the redesign with the Pearl, Curve, et al
    This. When I first saw photos of the thing I kinda thought it was a joke.
    05-12-2011 01:48 PM
  7. zero neck's Avatar
    My real problem with the Charge is that Samsung beat it with an ugly stick.

    In this day, no modern mobile device should look like that. It reminds me of the way some BlackBerries looked before they started the redesign with the Pearl, Curve, et al
    hahaha agreed. but it's appearance has grown on me a little since they showed it at ces.
    05-12-2011 02:00 PM
  8. VideoEngineerAJS's Avatar

    My real problem with the Charge is that Samsung beat it with an ugly stick.

    In this day, no modern mobile device should look like that. It reminds me of the way some BlackBerries looked before they started the redesign with the Pearl, Curve, et al

    This. When I first saw photos of the thing I kinda thought it was a joke.
    And the Revolution appears to be thicker than the Thunderbolt. At least it looked thicker in the comparison pictures in that really long Thunderbolt review that was posted here a couple of weeks ago.
    05-12-2011 02:02 PM
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