Very good buy for intro into Droid OS and I-Phne world
29 October 2013
Summary: I wanted a phone I could use on my Pageplus No Contract Wireless service and utilize the 500 mb data plan and use some apps that need a certain level Droid Operating system. This phone does all that and more, even 3G speeds, connects to any wireless system available, gps, and more. I feel like a made a very good choice in buying this phone at a really good price.
Summary: No complaint at all, the phone connects to the internet and doesn't freeze on me. I am Living in Italy and has different service out here, but my sim card works perfectly with this phone. thanks amazon!!!!
Summary: assessed with 5 This cell to meet with all necedsiades basically seeking style I love the phone the only thing I dislike is that I can not dial numbers such as # 123 # * 611 among others but do not give importance because that happened to me here in my country by bad unlock.
Summary: Best phone I ever had. bought mine then bought one for boyfriend and one for mom. they are so fast, so much storage and so many apps. 3,000 pictures and still fast. the best of a touch screen but with an easy to type keyboard. great camera.
Summary: I love this phone. I have phone A.D.D and are always switching phones. I have had an Iphone, multiple blackberries, droids, etc. and this has been my favorite. It has also held up to my destructive ways the longest until I got it stolen.. I would recommend this product to people who like touch screens but don't always want to text on a touch screen. It is small and is nice that the keyboard is on front, not a slide out so its convenient and bulky.
Summary: This phone is the best phone on the market! Great speed, good internal memory (also supposed up to 32 gig card) and the phone is like half the price of the IPHONE 4. The android OS is great and so is the market! Lots of free games, apps, programs, etc.
Summary: I read many reviews on this product before my purchase, and was very impressed when I received it (used) and it worked quickly. I have been a bb user for years, and one of the main concerns for many people was the rate at which email pushes thorugh to the phone. Being an android though, I was not necessarily looking for a workhorse. It would be like an engineer using a mac instead of pc. It does it's job, and it does it well, but it's not meant for strictly business.