Summary: Not going into details, just summary: Pros: Extremely sturdy, shock proof, water proof Value for money Good call quality Cons: Slow processor, only 512 MB RAM not enough for newer applications
Summary: The phone is fine. The only problem is USB-cover. It looks like NOT waterproof, because of loose fit. So, I would say - weatherproof, NOT waterproof off the box. To make this phone waterproof IP67 the USB cover has to fit more securely.
Summary: Bought this for my parents in law - not big performance freaks. Although this phone doe's not perform as the new quad core monsters. It is still a very good for the money, clear screen, user friendly control.
Summary: Already took a beating- fell on treadmill track at a fast walk pace and shot off the back end into a wall- no damage whatsoever. However, it came with a European style plug on the recharger - Beats me why they would ship such a thing to an address in Minnesota.
Summary: Switched service providers and had to buy a new phone. I like the rugged style phones that I don't have to worry about spilling a drink on or dropping on the floor. My old phone was a Casio Commando and it was truly a rugged outdoor phone.
Summary: My guy likes this phone.. I got it for him for his birthday, however, the charger that came with it was some weird thing that doesn't even have a plug connection.. looks more like something that plugs into something else.. like a stereo system... no clue.. looked foreign and can't use..
Summary: Pros: - Worked with my T-Mo SIM right out of the box! No extra set-up needed. - Built tough. I've dropped it twice so far and got a little water on it, no problems. - Smooth and snappy, I turned off auto update on apps and data sync, noticed better performance instantly. - Great speaker!
Summary: I loved my old Motorola Defy 525 so much that I upgraded to this one. Everything loaded and worked seamlessly, but I do not get a signal in my home or office, where my 525 has 3-4 bars. Outside of those locations, it worked great, but I had to return the phone for those reasons.
Summary: I bought this as my first real smartphone since I am too cheap to sign a long term contract. A lot of the others I looked at under the $200 range didn't rate as well. I am please with it's performance so far but would have like a little bigger screen.