Summary: The phone I am giving a review on was gently used. It works well for a used phone. I had another just like it that the screen broke on, but that was after dropping it about 100 times. It is pretty tough for the most part.
Nice design, but fails to be reliable when trying to place a call
9 May 2014
Summary: At first I was happy with this phone since I had such poor performance with my Kyocera Rise. I love it's "blackberry" style design and the touch screen is usually pretty responsive and smooth. The only failing is that when I try to make a simple phone call either by dialing or from my call history screen, there is a several minute DELAY before the call finally is dialed. This is VERY frustrating!!
Summary: The Admiral is a good smartphone with plenty of apps. The physical QWERTY keyboard is a bit awkward though since it sits at the very bottom and the phone feels very top-heavy when typing. However, that may be my ONLY complaint about this phone. The battery life is good, it has a weather widget built-in, and overall it's just a good, solid phone.
Summary: Not a bad phone at all especially 4 the price ;) never heard of this phone & was looking 2 switch back from all touch screen (note 2) however keyboard was small which wouldn't be a problem but my nails are long so I gave it to my son & he really loves it. Other than that it's a good phone especially for 23 bucks & being android.
Err on the side of reliability. buy the Motorola Admiral.
5 April 2013
Summary: Solidly built phone good battery life and memory. The qwerty keboard is after the fashion of a blackberry feels a bit cramped and phone feels imballanced in ones hands while using it. There is a push to talk featue~button that is of no use to me as i do not have a direct connect plan; this button can be reprogrammed to open other programs.