Summary: It was very bad experience. The phone is from AT&T that means I am not able to update it or install software to add languages. It is totally bad experience and I don't recommend anyone to by anything from this seller anymore.
Summary: It quit working after a weeks use, and the buttons were barely working you had to press them hard and it was the same with the power button, also the flash on the camera isnt bright, do not buy this phone
Summary: The camera doesn't work, it won't send pictures, and now it won't send text messages. This product was very disappointing. I took it to AT&T where I have my contract and they said it was the program on the phone. I can't use this phone now and I only had it two months. And it cost me 80$!!!
Summary: My wife and I have had Nokia phones for the last 10 years. We have been very pleased. On 2009 we bought the N71 model. Great phone, very reliable, easy to use, sturdy, and an excellent all around phone.
Summary: I bought this phone from Amazon.com. This is an AT&T phone with Logo on the phone. It is not a truly unlocked phone. The SIM restriction has been removed. You will be able to make and receive phone calls with most sim cards.
Summary: ......is not sold as advertised. This phone is not Unlocked in that sense we are all familiar with. The phone contains a ridiculous amount of AT&T's stuff (I'm with Tmobile). The stuff is embedded everywhere, even in the internet connection settings, proxies, etc.
Summary: I bought this phone from Walmart (just checked their site and they no longer carry it). I was excited and paid almost $200 for it. Pros - it is made of very good quality, sturdy, heavy. Cons - it consistently has "Memory full" or "Memory low" errors. This seems to be a trend that has no end.