Summary: Maybe I've seen too many updated android telephones, but this was not what I was hoping for. I need something that works on pageplus (3G network) and there are not too many choices. I figured I would give this one a shot. I'm sending it back and trying an android instead.
Summary: I used blackberry phones for many years and for the the last few years I had several iPhones and I recently owned a Galaxy. PROs: Small, has many preinstalled applications, such as office, maps, twitter,youtube, maps and the media support is also very good. Can stream Audio via bluetooth. CONs: This phone has good features when compared to the iPhone/Galaxy however the touch feature is terrible in comparison. Sometimes it responds, sometimes it does not.
Summary: I purchased this phone for a friend living abroad. To start, it was NOT unlocked as advertised. He had to pay to have it unlocked. Secondly, he text me to say the phone keeps freezing up on him. And while I understand that touchscreen phones can freeze, that should NOT BE happening TO A NEW PHONE. I am most upset over that.
Summary: The phone its self is okay, main application, but it’s not compatible in Africa, The only thing that this phone is able to do is just used it as an ordinary phone. It cannot be connected to internet as it cannot be activated by the local phone providers. The only time that you can use internet is when you have WIFI which is not possible in Africa-Zambia. When you want to recharge you pre paid card with airtime, you have to remove the sim card put it in another phone.
Summary: This phones keyboard sucks. You have to restart it constantly for the buttons to work. Blackberry has no apps. The service was crappy on Sprint service. I am sooooooo fed up with Blackberrys. I would not recommend it to anyone, and I recommend selling yours ASAP.
Summary: BlackBerry devices and Operating System, at this time, are obsolete! The device is too dependent on a physical keyboard which takes away display real estate, and the OS doesn't accept the current field of apps available on Apple's iOS or Android's OS. RIM, Inc. needs new blood with vision and innovation.
Terrible. Extra laggy, buttons dont work, dies quickly
1 June 2012
Summary: Overall, i should have gotten an iphone. yes i have dropped the phone a few times, but no more than ive dropped an ipod or old phones. My unlock button and the button on the bottom are laggy, making me hit them for maybe even a minute until my phone actually lights up. the texting app is super glitchy, and the facebook app is terrible, and twitter just seems so out of date even though i have the latest upgrade. not a big caller so i cant tell you much about that.
Pros: I like the frequent vs all panel
Cons: Pretty much the whole phone. The lag is unbearable, now even my unlock button is being picky. I use my phone for texting and twitter, and the format for texting is broken making it impossible to use.Fb and twitter apps are terrible compared to apple
Summary: First and foremost the phone was a beauty. it was new and in excellent condition. unfortunately it was an unlocked verizon phone. For future please inform people exactly which carrier the phone is for because unfortunately i did not see that it was for verizon and not att or tmobile... it doesnt work in this country.