Summary: This was a present for my grandmother who can only use flip mobile phones, and in that respect the phone is EXACTLY what she needs. The buttons are big for her, the screen is very well lit up and easy for her to read and in general its very easy for her to use. I know this type of phone is somewhat hard to find nowadays but I would I highly recommend this seller if this is what your after.
Summary: Product was delivered within the allotted time frame. The phone looks nice and has clear buttons but what lets this phone down is the user guide which is not detailed enough. The guide is only basic and required to be expanded as there is alot of guess work on how the phone functions. Otherwise the phone is ideal for the use it will have.
Summary: It's a good looking flip phone so it scores highly there and the battery life is exceptionally good. The screen is nice and big and clear. If you have large hands or poor eyesight this phone would be ideal. Personally I would prefer less space between the keys so it could be more streamline. I didn't want a smart phone, I just wanted to make and receive calls and texts. This fits the bill perfectly. The trouble is, there are too many minor irritations.
Summary: It's a self-avowed retro phone. It has buttons. It's basic and beautiful retro with a bit of bling ... and you don't have to try. It's not stupid but it doesn't waste your time with clever - it just does what it's supposed to - it's a phone. You can talk to people, text them or photograph them. Who wants a phone with a degree? This is a lifelong relationship. Honest, baby, I won't look at any other phone from now on.
Summary: I bought this for my dad who needs a mobile phone due to no landline but has very limited technical knowledge with these things. It's quite stylish and the buttons are fairly big and easy to use. It seems user friendly enough and has a nice little camera although I did find it strange that any of the photo's I've taken on it seem to be to big (file wise) for it to save as it's wallpaper. Other than that, the phone is fine.
Summary: This is my third or fourth clam phone. I had a Razr that I liked a lot but it got caught in heavy rain whilst in my rucksack and died. I had a touch phone after that but that was a pain because when I'm riding my bike the screen gets touched a starts something going. You can lock the screen but that is something I don't want to do every time I go out on my bike.
Summary: The Motorola Gleam Plus, does exactly what it's supposed to, I can make and receive calls, and text. Batter life is amazing after owning the Motorola V3i which needed charging daily. The Gleam+ is a very slim phone but easy to use, and once you get used to the menus no problem.