Summary: While I'm still 'getting around' with the features, it's wonderful to be able to just pick it up, flip the lid and 'answer' it! Tried my hand with an entry-level smart-phone, and pretty much hated it...I'd rather sit at my computer for 1/2 the stuff anyway. I bought 2 of these for me and husband; sturdy, reliable, easy enough to figure out features, and most of all, NO WIPE/SWIPE/PRESS n' DRAG nonsense you don't have time for when your two hands are full.
Summary: Love the phone. Needed rugged but not bulky.Everything works very well though email is a little laborious to access. Camera is great, reception very clear, gps very quick so yes. All down the line a great phone.
The best "basic" phone for Sprint that I have ever seen or used by far
24 April 2013
Summary: This is by far the best phone I have ever purchased, it has a lot of great features that are important to me. The Music Store(purchasing music through Sprint), Music Transfer-downloading music from your computer(requires USB cable), GREAT speaker phone, large external LCD, great camera with FLASH!(how many of the newer phones have a flash with the camera?
Summary: This phone really is a great durable phone. It's rubber casing makes it difficult to scuff up. Great for someone who is clumsy or just plain rough. If you need a durable phone without the smart phone hype this is a great choice. The price I paid for this phone is unbeatable. The camera has a flash which I love. The phone can play MP3's stored in a memory card with the touch of a button.
Summary: best cell phone for hard working people! takes a beating and still works great my hubby is a big truck mechanic and the V950 sprint cell phone has been threw the ringer, dropped left out doors all night and even left on the roof of his car and he drove away with it on top, we found it and it still works great, the camera takes great shots the keyboard is just the right size for big fingers and he never gets lost with the sprint maps, well worth the money.
Excerpt: I needed a really sturdy cell phone to take the abuses my cell phones seem to always endure. This phone, so far, has stood up to dogs chewing on it...son throwing it out the window of a moving vehicle...and my constant dropping. I've had it over a year now and though it looks kind of rough, it still works. My only sadness is I've been told it is no longer available from my cellular service provider.
Excerpt: The Motorla Renegade is a cool little phone, actually it's kinda big for a flip phone, but I like that, it reminds I'm carrying it in my pocket. Made to military specs for wind, rain, and impact resistance, which is good for me because I can kill a cell phone in a day if I'm not careful. I've had this phone for a few months now and it's got some pretty cool features, built-in apps and what-not. There's things like a unit converter and tip calculator.
Motorola Renegade V950 cell phone, Lots of features.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This phone has many nice features. Like a good camera, nice video recorder only limited by the sd card memory. Takes pretty good quality pictures and videos that can be sent or e-mailed. The speakerphone is very good quality. It has a large screen that is easy to read. Navigation capabilities for a monthly fee. The main problem with this phone that I have found is that the software seems a little outdated and causes a conflict with all the tools of the phone.
Excerpt: This phone has pretty much all the bells and whistles. good 2.0 camera. great video only limited to the sd card that is installed. the internet works at a pretty good speed. the navigation application works very well and is constantly updated to give pretty accurate directions. has several alarm clock configurations. the voice memo comes in very handy to take like a do list so u dont forget during the day.