Summary: It won't work, at all. I was excited about its abilities, and as an outdoors (wo)man, I was enamored with the rugged dependability. It was a waste of funds better spent elsewhere. In a pinch, I can use it to send and receive calls and (some) texts, but the data fails to deliver on its promise of dependability, particularly with its rugged design.
Summary: I bought this phone as an upgrade to my Motorola Razr flip. Well, I got the phone part to work fine with moving my sim card. I got the wi-fi to work on my home, secured network. But that was about it. Where to begin - OK, I'm in the States. Everything is celsius and metric. I can't find a way to change to English/US. Also, the temperature, (in celsius) on the main screen, has never changed. It does not show current temperature. Then, downloading apps.
Excerpt: It's a bottom tier phone when comparing to other smart phones today. I got this from my friend second hand as a temporary phone while I decided which one I was going to buy next. There are many things about it that aren't necessarily bad, but there are a few things that bring it down a lot. Those mostly being the terrible camera and the horrid internal storage. Although you can use an sd card that won't help when it comes to downloading apps.
Summary: I bought this phone because I wanted an Android phone with a resistant sreen and this phone has Gorilla glass that is so resistant and antiscratch, it also has a front and back camera, and works well in my country El Salvador, the Wifi is great and I can watch You Tube videos with no interference or delay. The only thing is that it has a lot of Apps Factory preloaded and I don't use much of them and affects the memory and the internal storage space.