Hard to find accessories but cheap when u do so all together... Great phone
21 April 2013
Summary: I love the phone for basic phone use. Texting is easier on this phone using the touch screen than it is on some of the larger androids. I don't play games on my phone so I don't know how that would be but it works great for music apps such as pandora.
Summary: My wife wanted a small phone, so she is very happy with this model, it is very easy of use. The ringer volume is too loud so it can be hear at long distance, amaizing keyboard just the right size, the only cons is the battery life.
Summary: I love this phone. it is ridiculously cute in person and quite the conversation starter. that said, it is has some failings. a) I find the battery life to be pretty short. if I'm out all day and using it, it will invariably begin to die. I don't know exactly how many calls I can get out of it before it dies, but, it's not that many. b) checking my email and facebook on the phone is really inconvenient. the idea of searching the web for something is ludicrous.
Summary: I had a Motorola Charm (basically this phone, but doesn't flip out) that died and needed a new phone. I found this one and was a combination of my two favorite phones; the Charm and Sidekick! Unfortunately, I couldn't get this phone to cooperate with my network (T-Mobile) by any means and had to return it. Battery life wasn't superb, but I did have a lot of apps and do a lot of texting and social networking.
Summary: This is super cute, but not as user friendly as the Apple and Nokia phones I also use (Apple for my US account and the others as unlocked phones that can take an international SIM when travelling). Making calls or texting are super easy, but web browsing or apps are very difficult to use due to the tiny screen size. I still havent been able to figure out how to use most of the features. It is not terribly user-friendly.