OMG Why did I let them talk me into buying this phone !?!?!?!?
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I bought my first storm when it was still version 1.that was 1 yr ago .. In that time period, I have had 5 of these horrible phones.. The first one I had was set up with password protection. If after 10 attempts to enter the pass word and all attempts fail, the phone is set to lock up and wipe out all the information in its memory. Since the computer disc I recieved with the phone didnt work on my vista computer, I never backed up the phone onto the computer.
Pros: Touchscreen okey, but sometimes freezes for no apparent reason. Has some nice apps, but not nearly as much as the Motorola Droid. Everything you can possibly want is paid for, nothing is for free.
Cons: Does not update your apps automatically, the app simply stops working and you have to uninstall and reinstall it with the new version. And that takes forever! Skype, for instance, sometimes stops working in the middle of the conversation, and it takes me
Pros: I loved the layout and features that the phone offered.
Cons: The phone would freeze up all the time no matter what you were using it for. From texting to using the internet, when selecting an icon it could take as long as 5 minutes for the phone to engage!!
Pros: The screen looks nice, and it's a nice size.
Cons: This phone's a nightmare. First of all, it freezes non-stop, and takes about 10 minutes (AT LEAST) to reboot. The lag, even with the bare minimum of things running, is enough to throw the thing across the room. I miss phone calls because the screen won't
Pros: It has an inherent cool factor just by way of the design, though I personally wish there were other colors for it. (A white one or even a red one would have ROCKED.) It's pretty simple to use, and it's quite sturdy.
Cons: This thing crashes more than the Crash Dummies. Simple as that.
"A COMPLETE NIGHTMARE. Terrible. Get an iPhone instead."
6 April 2011
Pros: - VERY Few pros. It's Blackberry and touch-screen, so if your work REQUIRES you to use Blackberry, and you demand a touch-screen, this is for you. - Large Screen - Has work email and calendar
Cons: - Terrible touch-screen interface. Hard to use, hard to master. After 6 months, I still had trouble with this device. Consider an iPhone--where anyone can master it in a day or two. Blackberry should go out of business for producing such a terrible, poorl
Pros: Big screen and the sure type as I got pretty fast with it.
Cons: It keeps freezing, and then open up the application not that I wanted, etc. Sometimes, it just called the last dialed numbers and cannot be stopped so I have to apologize for that accidental call.