Summary: It was a decent phone. My only issue was the memory available for apps was very limited. I was only able to install maybe 10 apps (and not large ones) then had to delete and replace anytime I wanted a new app. It had a lot of unnecessary apps preloaded on it that were not able to be deleted also.
Cons: Filled with bloatware and the Wi-Fi/cable share is locked down, so don't plan on using it for unlimited data plans with your tablet or lap top. If you disable the at&t bloat ware, Google will bloat it so you can choose only 5 useful tools.
Summary: The phone's lock/power button is annoying hard to click. It also doesn't appear to actually have 8GB internal memory as I am constantly running out of disk space. I'm not a fan of HTC's contact list either as it is hard to find people/add new people.
Once screen goes black you cant get it to come back on.
Chrissi Castorena, Amazon
6 March 2014
Summary: I love this phone the only thing i dislike about it is when im on the phone with a call the screen turns black and it wont come back on. With my old phone i could just push the power button and it would come on this one doesnt do this.
Summary: My friend bought one of these or I would not even comment . I have a Moto G from Motorola which was a Google company . The Moto G was and still is the best sub 200$ phone and it's specs beat this phone by a long shot .
Summary: The phone came in perfect condition and I was super happy until turning it on. It runs fine until it gets little glitches. For example, with my snapchat, I can't scroll down sometimes and I have no idea why. I would have to restart the app. Otherwise it works fine.