Excerpt: The Motorola Karma QA1 is a nice phone, with a QWERTY styled keyboard which comes in very handy for constant texters. At first, the buttons and layout of the phone might be a little difficult to get used to, but you'll have it all figured out in no time! The Motorola Karma QA1 also provides quick access to social networking websites such as MySpace and Facebook.
Excerpt: This is not my current phone but I had it before upgrading to my android. It's easy to use, games are cheap and accessible. The phone is well designed so accessing everything on it was fast and easy. The security settings were easy to use which is needed if you have toddlers in the house. The puck as I called it was a very durable phone and survived countless falls. Cell phone service was decent at best with this phone and we live/ lived in an AT&T dominated area.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for about six months now and I am not that impressed with it. It has served me well as a phone, but it doesn't do well as much else except maybe an alarm clock. Here are the things I don't like about it. The back of the phone (the battery cover) falls off in my pocket when I pull it out. This sometimes cuases the battery to fall out and turns the phone off. This is very annoying. The buttons are to small, well too small for a 6'2" 215 lb man.
Excerpt: I loved this phone when I got it! Great keyboard, easy to navigate, compact, has a great loud ring. The back light on the screen went out on the first one I got so they sent me a 'refurbished' one to replace it. 3 months and 2 days later, the light went out again! Needless to say, no texting for me!! Well, if it's an emergency, I can take a flashlight and point it right at the screen and kind of see it.
Excerpt: I got this phone from AT&T for free after my contract was up. I really like that it is a slim enough phone that fits well in my pocket. As for the functions of the phone, I was far less satisfied with that. It's nice that it comes with the ability to create little icons to easily get to social websites like Myspace and Facebook. The phone isn't advanced enough to be able to show all the icons, pictures etc... on facebook however.
Difficult to figure out at first but great if you want a basic "dumb" phone
25 March 2012
Summary: It's taken me quite some time to figure out this phone. I've had many different types but i must admit, this one has been the most confusing. After I figured out how it works, it's been a good "dumb" phone....minimal extras but thats all i needed. The battery life seems to be the worst out of all the phones I've owned.
Great basic phone for texting, but nowhere near current technologies.
10 September 2011
Summary: My Palm Pixi Plus met an untimely, damp death and I was forced to resort to the first generation Razr. The Motorola Karma (in conjunction with a new iPod) is obviously an upgrade from the Razr, but this 2009 release is a very basic phone and is FAR behind current trends. --- Pros: - Great, tactile keyboard that is fantastic for quick texts and Facebook updates. - Aesthetically, a round, curvy, cute phone. - Decent 2.0 MP camera with flash and dedicated button.