Excerpt: I bought this phone from a guy on the street for like $8.00 straight to the point CONS: THIS PHONE HAD THE WORST SIGNAL EVER ( but I think it was the carrier Movistar SLV) because when I switch my Sim card to a Digicel SLV it got better signal. But for sure this phone dont work with Movistar.
Summary: The battery: The battery drained only half a day of use after a full day charge and I have to recharge it again. The internet: I can log on to my house's WiFi but I can't choose mobile network for internet. The signal: Always appears SOS on the top corners and has less than 2 bars of signals most times! Overall: Not worth the money.
Summary: I got this phone couple of weeks ago..I originally had the curve 8900 but due to an accident it stopped functioning..After owning the pearl flip 8220 i found it slower then the curve that sometimes halted during operation,, but it has a nice grip.. audio quality is excellent..but the plastic finishing is not amazing..
Excerpt: Bad phone, worst $350 I ever spent. This phones processor is really slow, and lots of time the phone is either frozen or lagging. The one good thing about the phone is the form factor and it's SureType keyboard. Other than that I can't say much about it... The build quality is also not good. It feels really cheaply made, and plasticky.
Summary: I purchased this phone when it was first released, and immediately had problems with it crashing when left charging overnight. A software update finally fixed that. Now, six months later, the headphone jack is broken (sounds fades from left to right and back again with any headphones I use) and the speaker stops working about 30 seconds into phone calls. In addition, the screen brightness fades in and out randomly as you use the phone.