Summary: Didn't care for this device but, i kept it and are now back to my net ten phone. The screen it to sensitive, it shuts off in the middle of calls, the back light cut off in unsuspected ways, and the phone it's as big as it looks. An it charges when it wants to instead of when I need it to. So, not a great phone and wouldnt recommend this one to anyone that needs a nice phone with not problems for 80-90 bucks.
Summary: This android phone is extremely slow, it turns off all the time and restarts. I found myself using an old phone for an alarm because I was afraid that it was going to turn off during the night so I would be later for work. Which it did multiple times so I am glad i had a back up alarm. I would not recommend this phone to anyone!
Summary: I bought this product from BLUTEKUSA. I did not come with a manual or memory chip as advertised. After I complained a 2nd time I received a pamphlet that was in Spanish. Some of the direction on the phone are Spanish others are in English. The phone locks up regularly, and I have to pull the battery out at times to turn it off. This is not a good product, and I would recommend not to buy from BLUTEKUSA.
Summary: I've had this phone for 23 months (almost 2 years) and I've made it last. I would not recommend this phone for anyone. I merely got this phone because of its unique design and being ATT's first android phone. Now I have learned my lesson. I'm at the point where I am struggling to perform simple operations, like making a phone call and sending texts. Once my ATT contract is over, I am definitely jumping ship.
Pros: Unique design, Smaller device compared to other android phones, Will last you a while if you take good care of it.
Cons: After about a year or so, the phone will start to show its age, especially if you got the 1.5 os of android, and then upgraded. Seemed like the processor couldn't handle the upgrade. Runs very sluggishly as a result.
Excerpt: I had my backflip for 8 months and it sucks. It always freezes, turns off when it wants to, looses battery when its charged, doesnt have sound, doesnt charge, takes random pictures, sends and recieves messages weeks later,freezes,doesnt call people, and there is nothing great about this phone.
Excerpt: I, like others I am reading about, am on my THIRD and LAST one of these things. I have loved Motorola for ages, but they really dropped their brains before starting this project. All the Backflips I've had are insane...calling people when NO ONE was even near the phone, faulty keypads, sluggish camera, it resets things on its own...you name it. AT&T just kept on sending me another and I finally had it the other day and am blissfully going back to a Blackberry.
Summary: I bought this phone for the keyboard/touchscreen combo and as an alternative to the iPhone. I also wanted an android phone. I like the screen and the overall size of the phone is more compact than the iPhone. Beyond that I cannot tell you how much I dislike this phone. I tried to like it, I really did. I thought it was just that I needed to get used to it. I've owned this phone for nearly a year and am ready to throw it away.
Summary: I inherited this phone as the third user. It was in very good condition. Rating: 4.5/10 Battery: Average (lasts a day of regular usage without Wi-Fi or data, barely gets through using Wi-Fi and data) Screen: Nice, fairly bright. Touch Sensitivity: decent for an early smartphone however the phone will get a mind of its own every now and then and will sporadically press different keys, especially when texting.
Summary: Let's face it, this just isn't a good phone. The flip-over design is cool, but the keyboard part is a little too thick, so you end up with a big lump in your pocket; the iPhone form factor, which covers more area but is thinner, is actually more convenient. The keyboard works well for texting, and I have no complaints about call quality and reception.