Summary: It's not the phones fault that it sucks...I do believe it's the person selling it that sucked...it wasn't set back to to factory setting and the phones memory is full so I cannot send picture messages. I cannot reset the phone my self since I don't know the phone code...
A tank - just like my old Nokia 3310 (which still looks new)
Jeff Budkoski, Amazon
9 February 2013
Summary: Bought this phone when we migrated to MetroPCS from T-Mobile, who now owns MetroPCS. Used mostly for business. I have dropped this phone off the roofs of houses I worked on, dropped it on a concrete driveway and watched it slide down the hill face down, run over the corner of it, dropped it in a mud...
Summary: this phone is okay but can be cumbersome to use. It also has no apps that are free. You have to pay for everything even the simple games that come along with every other phone I have had before even the cheap ones. I'm actually pretty disappointed with it.
Summary: User friendly. Pretty sturdy. Got it for my 12 year old, but I wouldn't want it myself. Would be better if you could reset the key size- my kid has tiny hands and still has trouble with the touch screen calibration not "taking".
Summary: this is not a smartphone, but only a brick touch screen phone. I bought this phone thinking it was a smartphone and did my research a little late after i bought it. This phone is okay for a regular phone, it has mp3 player browse the internet, but the keyboard feature i do not like.
Summary: Don't like at all this product compare to other is little you have to press hard the screen for respond and in this case my phone do not read SD card why dont know. not a good smartphone can be only a phone