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.
Summary: The phone was arrived a day earlier then the anticipated date, which was awesome. The phone was said to be in new condition and there were no scratches or blemishes anywhere. However when I turned on the phone it skipped the activation process and when straight to the part were you need to sign into...
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 echo a lot of other reviews in that this is a great little phone; it's cheap, unlocked (I'm on page plus cellular) and it's a smartphone. It runs WebOS so you don't have nearly the amount of choices as you would with iPhone or Android but hey, it's several hundred dollars cheaper.
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.
Summary: This product was great! It came in its complete packaging including the original box, manuals, guides, charger, cables, and the device itself. The device was spotless. And the product came at a great price of only $36.00.
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'm writing this review on the Pixi because I'm still learning to type on this monster. The keyboard feels great and very respinsive but my thumb can cover it entirely. ithe keys are rounded, as are your thumbs, so there really isn't much need to type with your fingernails.