Reviews and Problems with HTC Ozone / Captain / Chief / Maple / Cedar / Willow (s511) / Snap (s510) / Dash 3G
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Sound quality 3
Battery performance 8
Build quality 2
Super Awful phone!!
hermyohknee, Phone Arena
14 July 2014
Excerpt: What a awful phone! the storage is small and after restarting my phone i cant send texts, receive texts, call, or get calls! ive had my phone for 6 months now as a starter phone and its soooo annoying. i had to delete my pictures, music, a few contacts,videos, and more.
Pros: great reception
Cons: stops texting, runs out of space fast, no games to entertain kids, back pops off easy, hard to restart, have trouble sending texts.
Summary: I really like this phone and this is the second HTC phone I have owned. I do not like the touch screens so I purchased this phone because it was an unlocked GSM phone that would run on the AT&T system. I have previously owned the HTC Dash 3G and LOVED it!
Nice features but unreliable junk, the OS crashes 1x a day
30 August 2012
Summary: From a design standpoint it seems like a good phone but it crashes and locks up at least 1x a day forcing you to remove the battery to restart. When speaking to a phone dealer they told me they had the same issue with many clients. I would return it but we tossed the packaging. not worth it
Excerpt: I have had the Ozone for less than a year & it was great & fast when i first bought it, but when i tried to put music onto the music player, the phone would tell me there's not enough space for it, & i have a 16 GB memory card.
Pros: Fast internet, Simple keyboard
Cons: It freezes all the time, Battery life is very short, USB connector wears, causing phone not to charge properly.
Excerpt: I've used this phone for about 14 months. I originally traded over from the "Q" because this phone supported Skype. Well, to eliminate the "hang" feature, I upgraded Windows mobile and when I did, Skype no longer supported Windows mobile.The phone goes into a frenzy at times and the USB connector...
Pros: Ease of turning features on and off.
Cons: USB connector wears, causing phone not to charge properly.
Excerpt: I have been with T-Mobile for several years and I know their service is better than I am getting with this phone. Dropped calls. That is it, that is the problem. The phone is a 5 other than that.
Excerpt: I think that the HTC Snap is an interesting phone for basic use. As a secondary phone it would be perfect - but it is never going to compete with the likes of the iPhone or the Nexus S. As a Windows Phone, it naturally has all the windows features - office, live etc..
Pros: Easy to use keyboard and interesting number of features