Summary: BE WARNED!! Just bought a "NEW" cell phone for my daughter for Christmas. Paid more for it...since it was labelled "NEW". Bought it from Fortune Technology. Phone is NOT new. Individual bags inside box were all crudely ripped open. Phone itself has scratches on the body. The camera lens has a scratch right across it. The plug-in ports are filthy..especially the power port. All this found...just opening the box. Have not even powered it up.
Summary: Great smart phone, I use it with Tracfone Bring-Your-Own-Phone (BYOP) program, and it works at Verizon network. It is about 2011 design and has Droid 2.3 operating system, so it is kind of older phone. But for $49 it is a great value! I can read my email and browse Internet when camping and sitting by campfire! It has a kind of large screen, 4.3" and a great 8MP photo and video camera with great resolution. I think I am going to buy another one like this.
Summary: Great old lady phone. Easy to use. If you dont need the latest technology this is the phone for you. I have dropped it more than once and its still intact. The internet can be a little slow but I dont need to check my fb page every 12 mins so its fine. The camera takes really good pics and I really like the talk to text feature although I think it must be a yankee because it doesnt often understand my southern accent. The navigation is pretty good.
Summary: great phones, i bought 3 tough phones with cover are nearly unbreakable. you will love them. text meid to them and then went online. put in dec # and immediately dialed *228 and phone programmed.
Summary: I had a Samsung Galaxy S, the first one made and it was the best phone I have had, but I decided to upgrade bcuz it began having problems after the two years I had it and this was my upgrade or so I thought... After getting this phone I realized it was an older phone; the battery life sucks, freezes often, doesn't have screen shot, camera sucks, and it loads sooooo slow! The phone is reliable for calling and texting, but it isn't really all that.