Great toy, horrible business product. Get a crackberry.
23 September 2011
Summary: I do admit that this is a likeable device and if I were in the market for an expensive Zune or iPod Nano this might be my choice. BUT I want a smart phone that can do email, office documents, handle contacts, calendar, task lists and SYNC with my PC based Outlook. Even though this is a Windows Phone 7 device it WILL NOT SYNC with PST files and unless you are into managing all your contacts with Windows Live, Facebook, or GMail (small business contact list, I think not)...
Summary: There were features that I did like about it but only a handful. I ended up returning it and got my money back from the seller. It was the phone not the seller. You had to buy almost every app, there was very few that were free. I couldn't weed out my contact list to only show a certain group, like family and friends. The phone made everyone of my Facebook contacts be in my phone under contacts.
Pros: I like that it has a keyboard and nice flash 5mp camera
Cons: the ringtones are basic, the phone itself is not very loud. texts cannot be written, saved and sent later. accidently hitting back arrow while trying to hit send will erase entire mssg. web is difficult - expands/shrinks trying to press icons