Summary: missing accessories 3 out of the 4 cellphones that i brought did not came with headset and adapters from the European travel adapter to the US standard plug other than that great phone i have purchased several
Summary: I bought this cellphone thinking that I would be able to use my At&t sim in it. I could but only for txt and making calls. The phone is NOT FULLY UNLOCKED so you wont be able to use At&t 3G. I'm returning the device.
Summary: i have nothing positive to say about this other than the battery life, while not using the thing! if your on it more than a few times a day it only last for the day. if you dont use it much at all.. the battery has lasted me up to 3 days before...
Summary: This piece was ok the first week I had it. Unfortunately, last night when I tried making a call I noticed that the screen had been blurred. I cannot see through the screen and as such it is difficult to make o receive calls with the device. It is equally impossible to see through the screen.
Hate the keyboard. Not as great as I initially thought
J. Mathis "Jilly", Amazon
3 October 2011
Summary: This phone sucks. I have had it for 4 months now and its not as great as I initially thought. The keys suck and its hard to type. The touchscreen is delayed and its hard to unlock the phone or do anything with the touchscreen.
Summary: This phone does not work with the 3G frequency of AT&T. It is lacking the antenna. AT&T uses 1900mhz for their 3G network (and recently started using 850mhz as well).The 3G spec of this phone is HSDPA 900 / 2100 and HSDPA 850 / 2100. It works on the AT&T 2G network.
Summary: So I just bought this phone a few days because all the reviews make it seem like it's an awesome phone with no strings attached. I am very dissatisfied with the phone now that I own it. The phone works and everything but it is slow as a tortoise. The screen lags every time you do anything on it.
Summary: I got my phone today and was able to quickly upgrade to Android ver 2.0, but when I powered on my phone, I get message - phone is SIM network locked. I have yet to hear from the OEM, but its kinda dissapointing that I had to spent extra $$$ to unlock the phone.
Summary: This is a good option if you are just trying to get an inexpensive Android phone: It works well and it can be upgraded from Android 1.6 to 2.1. *** However you should be aware that: 1) This is an EUROPEAN MODEL. Until now (three weeks of use) I have not been able to get a 3G signal on T-Mobile.