Pros: Call quality and signal reception are quite good, battery life seems decent. Keyboard has large, easy to use keys. Haven't dropped it or swum the English Channel with it yet, but presumably it is rugged. Has GPS and basic web browser that work on a basic
Cons: Interface is not intuitive and the manual is poorly done. I am learning to use the various features, but have yet to figure out what the designers were thinking. The manual is a tiny, difficult to read thing that lacks organization. Want to know the optio
Pros: - Very durable, anyone who says otherwise has a faulty phone or treated it far too carelessly. You can be rough with it, but I'd advise not dropping it off a building or anything. - Waterproof. What, are you kidding me? What's not to like about a waterpr
Cons: - Menus are nothing special. - When in the inbox, you cannot use the arrow pad to switch over to 'sent' messages or 'drafts', an important function on a messaging phone. - The themes leave a bit to be desired. They're not bad by any means, I suppose, bu
"best rugged phone currently out. now w/o a data plan!!"
11 December 2010
Pros: verizon is now offering this phone without a data plan. jump on it. rugged good speaker (ive been rarely using it w/o it, also good little standby mp3 stereo) wide internal screen flashlight very usable closed (like the top ten list on the outside)
Cons: bulky, feel like technology could permit it being smaller. external keys take accuracy, they're small location of persons home based on number. clutters the external screen. who needs this? should get rid of the signal & battery on the outside too.