Summary: WE LOVED: SCREEN, KEYBOARD, WIRELESS FEATURES, TOUCH FLOW 3D LAYER, SURETALK, TILTING SCREEN, BUILD QUALITY WE DISLIKED: RESISTIVE SCREEN THAT IS EASY TO SCRATCH, AVERAGE BATTERY LIFE, LARGER FOOTPRINT, NO FLASH FOR CAMERA BOTTOM LINE: FANTASTIC BUSINESS AND ENTERTAINMENT SMARTPHONE THAT UPDATES ON...
Great Phone for Someone Transitioning into Touchscreens
7 February 2012
Summary: My dad wanted a new phone (he's had a razor for 8 years), and didn't want to spend on something too recent since he didn't know what features he'd want. He loves that it is a windows phone (which is why I suggested it, since I too have an older windows phone I love).
Excerpt: Before I begin my assessment of this design, I bought it used and the person before me did stuff to the device like "flash" the software and other stuff that I didn't like before he "restored" it back to "factory defaults". At the time, the device was a very beautiful glossy black design.
Pros: Innovative, At The Time, Awesome QWERTY Keyboard, TouchFlo 3D Design
Cons: BLOODY SLOW Processor, Circular D-Pad, SUCKED, Learn To Hard Reset, ALL THE TIME
Excerpt: I replaced my Samsung Saga with one of these, as the price for one came down a good deal. Note that I had the Verizon Wireless XV6850 Touch Pro, so it only came with 192 MB of RAM. The Good: VGA Display: Larger screen resolution means better quality images and the ability to fit more web page on the...
Excerpt: I have had this phone for 2 years and I'm a very heavy user. The keyboard is the best I have ever used and probably ever will. The size is nice but could be a little slimmer. The Windows 6.4 OS is alright at best but doesn't compare to Android. Overall look of the phone is nice.
Cons: Windows OS, Battery life is the worst, Space key.