By Brandon Miniman | May 22, 2008 12:49 AM
The Verizon XV6900 is quite a refined device, with a flush touchscreen (rare for a Windows Mobile phone), plus a minimalist design with just two buttons on the front in addition to the D-Pad. Though the phone is all plastic, and thus a bit cheap feeling, it’s also lightweight.
The placement of the microSD slot is silly – requiring the user to remove the back cover and dig his fingernail into a two-inch long piece of plastic to access it.
There are many software enhancements made to the XV6900 that differentiates it from the other Windows Mobile Pro devices out there. We’ll cover that in the next review.