slow/sluggish but solid budget friendly android smartphone
17 September 2013
Summary: the marquee is a solid entree/budget smartphone and comes with all the advantages of being an android phone. fully customizable with apps from the google play store. good call quality. nice clear screen for watching videos. All which unfortunately is balanced out by how slow and sluggish the phones processor is, often getting frozen or hung-up while texting or running an intensive app.
It is okay for the value of money, minus the issues!
6 November 2012
Summary: I bought this product as a back up phone to use until my original phone comes from the service center. I bought the phone used from Ebay.This is the second one of this phone I have received. The only issue I have with this phone being used is the keyboard and home keys are non responsive and nothing seems to be working. Overall I like the phone and it's features. I do like the dual cameras on this phone.
Summary: Not a bad phone battery life suck thu but I got a 1800mah that helps a Little. I like that it has a front facing cam, picture quality is good and the screen is bright and vibrant that's probably why the battery life sucks. But over all not disappointed.
Summary: I got this phone for mother's day. I never had a touch screen. I had to get use to touching it to get it back on. . . I just want to answer and talk. This is too much for me. . . My husband has one he loves it. . . This is his second one. . .
Summary: Ordered a second battery to carry with me. Wall charging and car charging would take all day. I was too stressed out with weak and/or dead batteries so I exchanged it for the ZTE Warp. Will be listing my extra battery on Amazon.
Cons: Internal earpiece located at very top of phone, requiring you to place phone slightly lower on your ear. Eats batteries and take way too long to charge. I thought this phone was defective so I exchanged it for the same model. Same situation.