Sweet phone but with Android software urgent update needed!
9 April 2012
Summary: Nice smart phone just a shame that there is Android version! Also has a big problem with Hebrew fonts! Without fonts can not get SMS in Hebrew!) 0; Israel must add money to add fonts!But who this phone pretty cute and stylish. But who this phone pretty cute and stylish.
Great value for the money, but don't expect a lot from this phone.
1 January 2012
Summary: It's a great product for the price. The strongest points are the battery life, the ability of easily being rooted and being listed as official cyanogenmod. The weakest points are the camera, the screen resolution and the resistive screen with no multi-touch.
Excerpt: I dared to be different and not get the Cliterous iphone that every c***s got. However this is by far the worst phone i have ever owned. The text message system is crap as it doesnt list individual texts so you can delete single messages to clean ur inbox you have to delet the entire history of...
Pros: Can organize what apps you have on the front screen.
Summary: "It's a cool phone, the graphics for game playing are good, but the touchpad on the phone sucks, if you play too many games a moist spot develops under the touch pad, wich causes malfunctioning of touchscreen"
Excerpt: Probably one of the worst phones i have had, does not do what other phones have been doing for years must be the cheap end of the HTC range would stay clear of this phone. The camera take ages for it to take a photo and the picture quality is rubbish.
Pros: good looking phone feels nice to hold and clear when talking apps are good easy to use home screen
Cons: Rubbish camera, Blue touth is rubbish wont file transfer, Can not lock home screen out have to wait
Conclusion: The screen of this phone is much smaller than other android phones available in the market. This makes it difficult to use it for watching videos, playing games or doing any major multi tasking. The design, however, is stylish and trendy.
Conclusion: But if youâ€™re going to feel exhausted after taking a picture, uploading it to Flickr, sending it to eight mates and tweeting while checking your map, the weather and your mail at the same time, then you might want to consider sticking with something a little less â€¦.
Pros: The phone is a nifty little firecracker. It runs on Googleâ€™s Android platform, has a 2.8 inch touch-screen, a 3.2 megapixel camera, 512 MB of ROM and 256MB of Ram. The battery life is great, the size and weight are very nice and the sound quality is stunning.
Cons: The social media functionality is great, but the camera has that annoying delay between button click and shutter click which often ruins your pictures. And I gave up searching for the # on my keyboard while tweeting, although Iâ€™m sure it must be there somewhere.