Summary: This product is not bad for one the early smart phones. It arrived quickly and in good condition. All the functions of the phone work well and battery holds a good charge. It's a nice phone for not a lot of money.
Excerpt: This phone has marvelous hardware. Its small, petitie, and light, and the design is gorgeous. I have some issues though. It stutters, it lags, and don't EVEN bother playing music while doing something else. Because of the shameful processor, playing ,music brings the phone to its knees.
Pros: Excellent keyboard, Petite and light, webOS is beautiful
Summary: I bought it on Newegg, received it 4 days later and was making calls two hours after delivery and doing everything online. I did not have to talk to anyone or leave my house. I used Kitty Wireless's website to port my number from Verizon to Page Plus Cellular and it was done in less than one hour.
Pros: Size fits in my pocket. It was a good price, $39.95. It has decent display quality and it's a smart phone. For the price, I didn't expect a lot, but it meets or exceeds my expectations. Let's see how long it works before I get too excited though. I really like that it can be activated on Page Plu...
Cons: Limited apps. Not much chance of any more WebOS updates. The screen could be larger for viewing the web, but I knew the size before I bought it so not really a con.
Summary: If you want a truly affordable and capable smartphone you just found it. This little phone is far from perfect, but at about $70 it's hard to find a better unlocked cell phone. Here a list of pros and cons. Pros: -Price, as I stated above. -Physical keyboard.
Great small phone, excellent user interface, no Skype, can use wifi without data plan
21 April 2012
Summary: This is great if you need a small phone that serves your small networking needs. The screen is tiny so don't expect that you can do all your web browsing on this one. The user interface is fairly different from iphone, android and symbian (I don't know blackberry and wp7), which might be good or bad...
Summary: I was looking for a phone that I could use wi-fi, but I didnt want to get a data plan and I didnt want to pay over $100 for a phone. I wanted a phone with a touch screen, but also with a QWERTY keyboard. For the price, this phone seemed it had what I wanted.
Summary: I bought this phone to replace my other basic phone which I only used for its basic features, like texting, calling, taking pictures and such. If you're a data user, reading this post can't help you that much. I have no data plan, so I never used wifi, or any of the Internet stuff on this phone.
Summary: I bought this phone, ported my number from Verizon to Page Plus Cellular, followed the fantastic instructions from Kitty Wireless' instructions devoted specifically to this phone to activate it, and set it up on a $29.99/month plan for 1200 minutes, 3,000 texts, and 100 MB of data.
Pros: It's very small (the same size as my former regular cell phone, which is perfect for me since I have slender fingers, but I imagine this is not a good phone for someone with big hands), it does everything that I need (text, email, calendar, etc...), and a great price- I paid $39.99 for it. And ju...
Cons: The battery life is not very good if you're going to be surfing the net or just using the phone a lot. If you do, make sure you buy a charger for the car, work, and home. Also, no support since Palm went kaput, but so far I've managed to figure out everything out myself.
Summary: I think I got a bad one. I do love this phone and am going to try another one of the same model. At this price, it is one of the cheapest you can find.
Pros: Great phone, great user interface, great battery life. Really love this product.
Cons: Have had a tech issue with this phone. It will send duplicate text messages, sometimes 8 or 10 of them. I will receive texts in a normal fashion but the people I send them too always complain to me about the duplicates. Have spoken with Verizon tech support and HP tech support multiple times. I t...
Summary: You can use this without activation, but if you go to the big auction site you can find activation for 99 cents. If you decide to go with Pageplus, as I did, be aware that their standard plan activation dates do not "stack" as my dealer told me they would.
Pros: Reasonable price for a smartphone, can be used as a pda without activation using wifi only. WebOS is now open source.
Cons: The keypad is on the small side for me. Not a deal killer, but a thing.