Summary: I love this phone, it's getting out of date, no longer supported well. It was a bit of a trick getting it to update to what current software was available. I had to go to online guides and mess with it's time. But for some reason tiny smart phones seem to be out of style. (At least here in the US, I see them online for sale in other countries.
Summary: Fits in the tiniest of pockets. If you need a big screen, don't bother with this, but if, like me, you mainly use your phone for txt, twitter, email, calls, and only occasionally web pages or movies, you won't find anything lighter/smaller/nicer. I love the OS. Too bad it is dead and unsupported. If you choose this phone you should be prepared to have to hack around a bit in order to be able to keep it up to date with Preware etc.
Summary: The reason I am giving this a one star rating is because. I am having trouble with this device. I spend $100 on a brand new phone and does not work in my area when other phones do. When it comes to support. There is none. Not many people know anything about this device so UNLESS you are a wiz. Stay away. You've been warned.
Summary: I was looking for a small phone that I can use with my T-Mobile pay as you go plan. I use the cell phone lightly and don't text too frequently...yet I wanted something that could use available wifi for the occasional web browsing. This fits the bill perfectly for me. Yes it's very small. Fits in either your front or back pocket and you don't feel obliged to take it out every time you sit down. This phone stays with me.
Summary: It came as described unlocked and ready to go with my At&t sim card. Is a compact design, phone allows you to tap, scroll, swipe, and zoom. Camera is okay, I really like the multi-task design of WebOS. This phone satisfies my basic needs like calls, checking email, writing messages, browsing websites. I would recommend.