Summary: I made a major jump to my first smart phone from a Motorola Tudra. After doing LOTS of research and comparing features, quality and prices, this led the pack for bang for your buck. I really can't see carying around a $500 to $600 phone! I am enjoying the phone and it is living up to my expectations. The phone has a nice feel and it will run all the aps I have wanted it to so far. It does not feel cheap.
Summary: I bought this used for a novice smartphone user. I read reviews and learned the phone has an easy mode that helps with this. This would be a 5 star phone except for the battery life. I thought since the phone was used maybe the battery was bad, so I bought a brand new one and made sure it was properly charged.
Summary: Moved to this phone from One X. The phone is grate for its price. Well made, quality plastic. Has internal 16 and slot for micro sd up to 32GB. Compared with ONE X the battery lasts quite long.
So far it has been great using this phone i am definatly hooked.
10 January 2014
Summary: I am in love with this phone the design is sleek and thin, I love the fact that it has speech recognition and lets me us it hands free. The phone has a lot of features, and it loads web pages at lighting speeds. I think this is an exceptional phone for anyone who want more bang for their buck.
Summary: I had this phone before but I traded it for a Samsung S3 international edition. I didn't like the S3 that much because it didn't have 4G LTE. It was a 4G phone but not with LTE. I noticed that my mom's Pantech Discover was faster and surfed the web faster than the S3. This phone is excellent! It has all the features one would need without all the useless fancy features S3 has that I never use. Plus they have an easy mode for people who are newbies to smart phones.