Summary: Not a very function friendly phone. If your looking for a good smart phone jus go right to one of the bigger brand phones like blackberry or droid this phone has nothing on any of the features they have
Excerpt: The key pad is awesome and makes txt messaging easy. The web browser sucks, it will not stay on the page you were viewing when you exit out. It will allow you to call a number from the browser by clicking on the number. The music player is a pain to use you have to select sd card every time.
Excerpt: I've owned one for some time and it just sucks, it's slow and you can't watch MobiTV on it and the damn thing keeps freezing on me then to top it off this it won't play all the video formats it said it would on the HTC website, like ASF, MP4, 3G2, M4V, AVI
Excerpt: I've owned several smartphones in the past year, my latest being this variant of the HTC Snap. The hardware is beautiful, even besting the sleek Blackberry Curve 8900. Its slim, has a matte rubber on the back, and feels very sturdy - noting on its excellent build quality.
Pros: Awesome hardware, Quality keyboard (but too hard to press), Decent camera in daylight
Cons: Lacking polished software, Not very intuitive OS, Very few useful, current applications., Screen useless is daylight (no excuse for newer tech)
Summary: Great phone in a small package does everything and more but this phone is very faulty, because i used it for approximately a month or less and it does not want 2 charge or even power on, could be a manufacturer defect or purposely sold to me
Summary: Let's face it. If you are considering this cell phone, you are not expecting to pay for, nor will you get a cutting edge smart phone. I bought this phone and activated it on PagePlus so that I could enjoy some of the features of phones you might get on a plan costing $80 to $100 per month.