Summary: Ok. So I will start off by saying, for the price, This is a good little beginner phone. I would say it is a low/mid range android device. First, The form factor. I do love that it has a unique 4" screen with a 4:3 screen ratio.It provides great space for reading, typing is bliss on this device, keyboard is very spacious, and has a great screen space for app content. The screen is very responsive. It has a very nice plastic/rubber feel to it.
Summary: The phone is an android so it's good enough for the price I paid but it's glitches as hell And I'm sad I can't take screen shots with it. The camera doesn't have a flash and there is not front camera. I love the design though. The flat short square big screen. It looks cool and peoplesay its uncomfortable but it's not to me. All in all I guess I'm just used to HTC so this phone is no where near as good as one of those. But it's good for the buck.
Only if you're broke or can get by with Opera Mini and little else
2 June 2012
Summary: I paid $60 out the door. For the money, I'm elated, however I wouldn't want to spend more than $100 on one. Even at that price point, it seems like a bargain from a specifications standpoint, as it's hard to get an modernish CPU and 800x480 screen for such short money. However, it's saddled with AT&T unpleasantries and can't be rooted never mind flashed with a reasonable ROM.