Since its release in 2002 (as the Danger Hiptop) the Sidekick has been on a rollercoaster ride. With integration of AIM and being the first cell phone capable of placing unassisted TTY via the browser, it even gained a sign in American Sign Language.
But in 2009, a major outage and data loss followed by stop on sales in 2010 was thought to be the final nail. But the name has been resurrected with a new core: Android.
Previously, we took you through our unboxing of the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G. And to follow-up, here is our Hardware and Software video tours for your viewing pleasure:
Check back soon for our full review of the T-Mobile Sidekick 4G!