Pros: Great for people who break phones easily and good for calls.
Cons: The messaging just flat out sucks. I have ordered several new phones and each has the same issues. First, it restarts when messaging 6 times a day and fails to send a message another 20 times a day on average. Not worth the money if you message a lot
Pros: This phone has taught me how to text faster with the QWERTY keypad. Water resistant. and very durable.
Cons: I hate it. I now often ask myself why I switched from my old flip phone to this pile of junk. It looks cool, but after keeping the large brick in your pocket for about 5 minutes, you begin to wonder...
"It's having a house without decor, furniture, and life."
9 October 2011
Pros: This phone looks really cool. And at first, I thought is sounded really good for me too. I'm a teenage boy who sometimes has other things on his mind than the safety of his cell phone. Well, I got this phone and loved it for a weak.
Cons: Then the bad stared happening: messages would never send, phone would restart, pictures messages would freeze the phone and removing the pain-in-the-ass battery cover was the only way to remove the battery on order to restart this idiotic, predictable, an
"Terrible phone--I am one my 4th one in 10 months"
21 August 2011
Pros: Keyboard has a good feel to it.
Cons: The charger input is very touchy apparently. My phone fail to charge and so I got another phone (or part of a reconditioned phone!) twice because it would fail to cahrge after a couple of week.s Then I dropped in 2 feet onto the grass on the 4th of July
Pros: Looks really tough, the hinge looks like it will last for ever.
Cons: Casio claims it will survive 3 ft of water, and they dare you to "Put it to the Test". But just rinsing it off in the sink filled up the display and the phone failed. It was brand new. I wasted $260 and Verizon said: Its wet inside, warranty Void.