Summary: So after owning this phone for about 2 months the keyboard just up and quit on me. So I had to use the screen to type out message which was fine but the keyboard was a selling point of the phone.
Summary: I ain't online people so I could not giving time for a feed back much. One thing made me sad that phone said sprint version but it is UNLOCKED! for Verizon and I could not activate/switch it for my broken sprint phone. Phone work very good with wifi and everything else.
Phone is a little funky and not compatible with newer technologies.
3 September 2011
Summary: Bought as a cheap replacement, now have one of the Android phones which is much better. This phone is alright but has a lot of glitches due to upgrades in applications and such. Good for phone calls and messaging but not much more.
The phone is ok, but would not pay more than around $70-$80 for it.
3 August 2011
Summary: The battery life is not that great. I always had connection problems, not sure what that really meant, but I got tired of trying to figure out why I had to take multiple steps just to do 1 task.
Excerpt: I know you are all tired of hearing good and bad reviews on this phone but it's a decent phone in my eyes. There are some flaws and great stuff about this phone. I've had it for a little over a year and this is what I think of it.ProsIt's sturdy.
Pros: Great Keyboard, TouchFlo 3D (UI), Diamond back covering, Camera
Cons: Left and right arrow keys are hard to press (you might hit the call end, back, home, or call forward button, gets really annoying), Thickness (practically any other sliding phone is thinner than this), Slow because of Windows Mobile 6.1, Still not upgradeable to 6.5 (at the time of this review)
Excerpt: This phone is very fast, very pretty, and seems to be well built. I could not live with it for one major reason, battery life. I don't really expect all that much out of my phone as far as battery is concerned, I want to get one whole day of light to moderate use, thats all.