Excerpt: I wanted to get a fairly decent phone without having to dish out the extra bucks to get a smart phone. What a bust! If you're not getting a smart phone, don't bother with this one even though it's discontinued. Haven't had too many technical issues, other than it resetting custom my ringtones, overly sensitive touch screen, and periodically I notice that the phone will be connected to Easy-Edge, even though it's not in use and the keyboard is locked.
Summary: I wanted a touch screen phone. This one is way too sensitive. Its hard to touch just the specific key or name you want. I am forever backing out of things. I do not like that I can not shut off my ringer at night and just have the alarm on. Other phones I have owned I could do that. The keyboard is nice because some touch screens dont have one but its too sensitive and small for my fingers.
Excerpt: To actually send a text, you must go through almost 6 screens..and that's just to begin typing the text. If you have it locked, many times you can't unlock it quick enough to answer your call. If you're in the middle of a text and someone calls, your phone freezes and many times you'll end up hanging up on the person. The one good thing is the picture quality besides the lack of camera or flash. The battery life is suprisingly good as well as the memory.
Excerpt: I bought this phone because (at the time) it was the only touch screen phone that didn't have to have a data plan. But i wouldn't recommand this phone. The keys are slow. When i text i cant text fast because the lag when pushing letters The phone is slow and doesn't have much features. Anyways I like the QWERTY keyboard when you turn it landscape. And the step counter. Their is some good thing here and there.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for 2 months and I HATE it!!! After 2 weeks it was glitching badly, so I went to USC and traded it in for a new one. The new phone was EXACTLY the same. Unfortunately, I couldn't trade it in for a new one. So I drove 15+ miles to get a USC tech to look at it two seperate times, and each times nothing was fixed. So I went back to using my old flip phone. The motorola crush is probably best used as a paper weight.
Excerpt: My hubby wanted it, got it, had it for 3 months, couldn't stand it and traded me for mine and I HATED IT!!!!! Took it to USC 2x and the tech finally exchanged for another flip phone. I was so disaapointed we wasted over $130! Spontaneous dialing, hanging up, locking up and having to take battery out, not able to unlock quick enough to answer, easy edge VERY hard to use do to no on screen or slide out keypad, etc.
Excerpt: Worked ok for the first few days. Then touchscreen quit working...touch something on the screen like 10 times and something you werent even touching pops up. Cant txt, check voicemail or really do anything with the touchscreen without going through a big hassel all the time. It has ended up call people without me even knowing. All around horrible phone.
Excerpt: I have owned this phone for about 12 days. I don't like all the steps that you have to do inorder to do some basic functions. Finding a contact in the phone book is a joke, texting is such a pain. The phone is locking up and not responding to commands. Then when it does finally work, it does things on its own. I had a Motorola rocker that I loved, unfortunately a cup of coffee ended it. I went back to my old Razor, that phone by far was an easier one to use for texting.