Summary: The Kin2 has some opportunities. Since it is no longer supported by Microsoft there are no apps and the conversation tracking for text messages is a little strange. Things built in to even the cheapest phones are missing, like a calculator and a calender. While it is cool to be able to use the internet via wifi instead of paying through the nose for data I would not have paid more than what I did for it and I am looking forward to my contract being up so I can dump my...
Excerpt: i got this phone and it was really good for about the first week but then it started to have problems so i took it back to the store and they sent me a back up of the same phone and that one was ok for like 2 days and then the backlight just stoed working and i couldnt read anything
Excerpt: Do not get this phone, it is literally the worst phone i have ever had. the screen always froze and now the screen backlight went out so i cant see my screen at all. Now i have no phone because my mom wont pay for another and i am stuck with a phone with no screen.
Excerpt: I had this phone for about a month and a half. Honestly, I have no idea how this is considered to be a "phone". There is no calendar, notepad, voice memo, or calculator tools. This phone lacks the basic apps that mostly all Verizon phones come with. The only good thing about this phone is the keyboard. The large space-bar made it easier to type on. The phone lags a bunch, and freezes quite frequently.
Excerpt: This phone is really cool if your into just social networking and don't want to make phone calls or surf the web or anything like that. You can easily post pictures to your facebook or whatever accounts. However its lacking in every other sense of what a smart phone is supposed to be able to do. If you put it in your hands it even feels cheap. I wouldn't want to drop it even once the plastic shell would definately break.