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Sharp FX STX-2

alaTest has collected and analyzed 43 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the social networking functionality and portability. The battery and usability are also mentioned favorably. The features and reception get less positive opinions. Reviews about the size and responsiveness are different.

design, usability, battery, portability, social network

value for money, camera, reliability, reception, features

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Sharp FX STX-2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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worst phone

 

AT & T change battery, change phone, still same problem. Loose conection easy. I used my time because everytime I received a phone call I have to call back.

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Sharp FX (black, AT&T)

 

Though the Sidekick (T-Mobile) is dead, its legacy lives on with the Sharp FX for AT&T. Indeed, the FX looks much like the late T-Mobile handset, which is fitting considering Sharp supplied the design and materials behind many models marching under the...

With a touch screen to complement its full QWERTY keyboard, the Sharp FX's design has a lot to offer texters. Multitasking is a perk, and we appreciate the social-networking shortcuts and carrier features like AT&T Navigator and AT&T Mobile TV

The Sharp FX's touch screen is laggy, and the cramped menus are frustrating. Also, the mediocre call quality cast a shadow on what would otherwise be a promising phone

The Sharp FX has plenty of multimedia features and additional services to occupy socialites and text-happy users, but mediocre call quality and some usability flaws keep it from fulfilling its complete potential.

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Sharp FX (AT&T)

 

Like many AT&T phones, the FX comes buried in bloatware, including some (like Where) that will sign you up for a monthly fee before even telling you what it does. You can't delete any of these apps. Nor can you do anything about their appearance in...

Pleasantly retro styling. Includes broadcast mobile TV tuner. 3.5mm headphone jack

Poor reception. No voice dialing. Blurry, stubborn screen. Buggy camera. Bloatware-infested. A little heavy. Required $20-per-month messaging plan kills value

The Sharp FX is a somewhat unconventional slider phone with broadcast mobile TV, but its poor performance across the board means you should stay far away.

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Sharp FX Review

 

During the glory days before today's modern smartphones dominated the airwaves with their youth oriented attractions, the Sidekick line of devices managed to enthrall the hip and young crowd with its meticulous attention on social features....

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Sharp FX Review

 

Learn more about the Sharp FX mobile and see how well it rates in regards to design and user interface. With a touchscreen and a full slide down QWERTY keyboard the Sharp FX is a versatile device.

The Sharp FX is a midrange device costing $99.99 after rebates and offering decent phone quality and performance. The FX is said to be most suitable as a youth oriented device because of its innovative and unique design and classical keyboard...

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Review: Sharp FX

 

Sharp fields its first phone for AT&T. The FX is a quick messaging device that carries forward Sharp's messaging phone lineage, though it's not the sharpest knife in the messaging phone drawer.

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Sharp FX from AT&T reminds us of the Sidekick

 

Coming in with an amazing slide out QWERTY keypad that gives ergonomic handsets a run for their money, the Sharp FX has been introduced in all formal glory by, who else, AT&T. The camera could have been better but you have to make do with a 2 megapixel...

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Sydney's Sharp FX (AT&T) review | PhoneDog

 

Overview The Good: Stylish design; beautiful WQVGA display; solid QWERTY keyboard; 3.5 mm headphone jack. The Bad: 2 megapixel camera with no flash; sliding mechanism on the keyboard is a bit wobbly; a few strange UI quirks here and...

I am very impressed with the Sharp FX. My only complaint is its mediocre camera and slightly wobbly sliding mechanism. The wobble seems to be a problem with other units and not just mine, so this may be something to consider. Otherwise, despite it's...

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"I hate I received this phone."

 

It needs to be recalled.

Good looking.

Does not perform well at all.

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very good for a non-smartphone

 

if you don't want or can't get a smartphone this is the best i have used.expect what you pay for it is half a smartphone no more no less. the lack of wifi is my only big issue with this phone second being the lack of apps and their prices.it is a good...

slide out keyboard, loud speaker, nice screen size, Micro SD up to 32 gb compatible, surprisingly fast Bluetooth file transfers, world phone- quad band

no wifi, sluggish net access, very limited internal memory, apps are over priced compared to smartphones, problematic keyboard layout

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