This is the first model with the “Sidekick” name that runs Google’s mobile operating system, and the first with a touchscreen, but it retains the hardware keyboard its predecessors were known for. In addition to the standard suite of communication and entertainment apps, the model marks the debut of Sidekick Group Text, which lets users send a single text to a group of users. The Sidekick 4G offers a pair of cameras, one of which faces front, allowing video chatting.
- Fast performance
- Great screen
- Excellent keyboard
- Good value for the price
- Lacks 850/1900 MHz 3G
- Some minor software glitches
The Sidekick 4G provides a lot of bang for relatively little buck, making it a good choice for primarily messaging-oriented entry level customers, and slightly more advanced users alike.
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