Summary: They said this phone was unlocked. My understanding is that the phone should be fully compatible with my carrier. Not true. I can't send or receive photos by text, and it just doesn't work quite right with t-mobile. Other family members bought theirs with contract plans, and their phones were terrific.
Summary: The phone is not meant to download exe files. It's impossible to sync with Google accounts unless you pay for a business account. I prefer to go back to Android. Windows phones are too limited.
Summary: the phone locks up, and now it shuts off all the time, its going in the trash, its been one headache after another, i guess that's what you get buying a used phone on the net, i wont do that again, a buck fifty down the drain,
Pros: large screen,and some of the animation things are quite cool
Cons: extremely short battery life, poor functionality, frequent crashing, keyboard function poor, apps choice very limited (esp free apps), no folder system, inability to customise contacts (for example, with multiple mobile numbers) etc.
Cons: Very bad software, not enough ringer volume, and ear peace volume. But with headset is ok. Doesnt have the ablity to sync with outlook Unable to delete phones web and youturbe histery Zune what a waste. There is no stop or exit button for this software,
"MS has a long way to go to catch up with competition"
2 July 2011
Pros: Big screen, very good UI, some nice apps
Cons: Poor execution of mail for exchange (no self signed SSL certificates supported as in Android and iOS) - still can't sync my corporate mail although tried a few workarounds, no data usage counter or any other similar app, multitasking still missing, memor