Summary: I'm thankful I got a good deal on this phone, because I upgraded to an Android powered (real smartphone) after only one month. I guess there's a good reason this phone is selling so cheap: no one wants it! I would only recommend the Motorola Theory if you don't plan on streaming any data or trying to use e-mail much. I did successfully listen to one song on YouTube once; but not twice. It looks nice, but it's definitely no Blackberry.
Summary: This is not a Smartphone, it's a Dumbphone. It's an OK phone if you don't need a lot of features and you only want a basic phone. I had this phone for 3 weeks before I decided to get rid of it. The battery life is terrible. You can talk on it a few times, surf a few minutes and then the battery gets low. Even though it the capabilities to access the internet, there are some things that you cannot access on the net. This phone does not play MP3's nor videos.
"Very buggy phone, time consunming, cancels out deal"
10 February 2012
Pros: The only pro is that it is affordable. But if the old adage that time is money applies, the problems with this phone quickly make up for that.
Cons: Phone turns off randomly. Reverts to "my stuff" page for no reason which I constantly have to exit. Unnecessarily asks if you want to exit programs. Can add some recipients to text message but not others. Buggy software, overall annoying experience.
Excerpt: Unforgivably i had to use this phone as a replacement for my 6 month old dead Sanyo Incognito..since both phones were same price(80$) i thought wrong to think they should be around the same performance wise ect..man was i wrong. It really wasnt until i got this phone did i realize how much bang for the buck my old incognito really was. right off the bat i noticed how sluggish this phone is. it has absolutely no multimedia what so ever. not even a memory card slot!!.