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    sexyjoripong
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    Overall, the phone is decent.The T-Mobile Wing operates on Windows Mobile 6 Professional Edition which supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. It's new design has a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard. It shows a 2.0MP camera with GREAT call quality. The sound setting can go very high, depending on the user's preference.

    The phone is a bit heavy and has slow data transmitting speeds compared to competitors.

    The Wing comes in midnight blue, leaving the silver look behind.
    It now has a rubber- type feeling to it when held.
    The touch screen size has been reduced but works better than ever.
    If you detest using touch screens, the Wing offers different ways to navigate the Wing.

    To access the QWERTY keyboard, one would slide the face of the Wing upwards.
    There is not enough spacing between the letters and people, including myself, have had problems wit pressing more than one button as once by accident.

    The full microsoft office suite offers everything on the Wing that you can get from microsoft office on a personal computer.

    The voice communication works well and picks up vocal sounds easily when calling through voice command.

    The Wing's camera takes great pictures, though many have problems with a yellow tint to the picture due to the unclear color of the lens.

    The call quality is excellent and the phone has a whopping 4.5 hour talk time.
    This is a great phone for people looking for a smart phone.


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    jealousblues
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    are the keys smaller than those on the MDA?
    One of the reasons Ive avoided Trio's is the keys, but the MDA keys are perfect. I would hate if they made them smaller



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    willyable
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    To me they are smaller but my wife says that I gained weight so my fingers are bigger,lol. But I thought that they were smaller than the MDA's too. But the salesperson that I asked said that they were about the same. So I guess it all depends on the person's perspective.



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    A Bathing Ape
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    its cool but TYTN II will be cool



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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    I hat having smaller keys. I am big into texting and need those keys to be spaced right. Thanks for the review.



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    Homeboi954
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    Quote Originally Posted by A Bathing Ape View Post
    its cool but TYTN II will be cool
    Kaiser?



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    MerdeCat
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    That does sound like a good talk time, but I don't like heavy phones.

    How much does it weigh?



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    ilyabyk83
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    Quote Originally Posted by sexyjoripong View Post
    Overall, the phone is decent.The T-Mobile Wing operates on Windows Mobile 6 Professional Edition which supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. It's new design has a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard. It shows a 2.0MP camera with GREAT call quality. The sound setting can go very high, depending on the user's preference.

    The phone is a bit heavy and has slow data transmitting speeds compared to competitors.

    The Wing comes in midnight blue, leaving the silver look behind.
    It now has a rubber- type feeling to it when held.
    The touch screen size has been reduced but works better than ever.
    If you detest using touch screens, the Wing offers different ways to navigate the Wing.

    To access the QWERTY keyboard, one would slide the face of the Wing upwards.
    There is not enough spacing between the letters and people, including myself, have had problems wit pressing more than one button as once by accident.

    The full microsoft office suite offers everything on the Wing that you can get from microsoft office on a personal computer.

    The voice communication works well and picks up vocal sounds easily when calling through voice command.

    The Wing's camera takes great pictures, though many have problems with a yellow tint to the picture due to the unclear color of the lens.

    The call quality is excellent and the phone has a whopping 4.5 hour talk time.
    This is a great phone for people looking for a smart phone.
    Hello! I know that this is pretty old thread! Is anybody still subscribed to this thread?



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    underoath08x
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    it looks pretty cute lol



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    mhagerla
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    Re: T-Mobile Wing Review

    Tmobile, had them for a month before I cancelled service due to crappy reception in san francisco.



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